Study: States set bar low for high school exit exams

06/10/2004 | Stateline

According to a study of graduation exams in six states, high school seniors need only middle school-level knowledge taught in other industrialized countries to pass math and English exit tests. The bipartisan nonprofit group Achieve, Inc., which conducted the study, recommends states establish additional measures of achievement and gradually make the exams harder.

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