Ohio district allows students to skip class if they show mastery

07/7/2010 | Hudson Hub-Times (Ohio)

Students in Ohio's Hudson school district can receive credit for a class they never take if they show they already know the material through a program called Credit Flex. The program was implemented in response to a state law requiring students to earn more science and math credits. Under the program, students can earn credits by passing an exam, completing a portfolio or written exam for English, conducting science labs or completing an interview.

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