New high-school diploma approved by state board in Colo.

08/29/2013 | Journal-Advocate (Sterling, Colo.)

Criteria for a new high-school diploma that recognizes achievement beyond traditional graduation requirements has been approved by the Colorado State Board of Education and the Colorado Commission on Higher Education. School districts will have the option to offer the new Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness endorsed diploma, which requires students to demonstrate mastery in three of seven content areas, allows them to receive top priority consideration for admission to selective state schools, and guarantees they will be placed in college-level courses at most state schools.

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Journal-Advocate (Sterling, Colo.)

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