Should students earn high-school credits in middle school?

09/9/2013 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

Lawmakers in Wisconsin are considering a bill that would allow students to receive high-school credit while in seventh and eighth grades. The credits would be offered for classes taught with high-school curricula and assessments by teachers certified to instruct in the upper grades. Supporters of the proposal say it would allow students to go on to college early or offer them more flexibility to study other subjects or participate in work-study programs in high school.

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