Colorado to review district graduation requirements

11/9/2006 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

The Board of Education in Colorado, one of six states lacking uniform graduation standards, decided Wednesday to review what schools are now requiring of graduating seniors, with an eye toward eventually considering model standards that districts could adopt voluntarily. Board President Pamela Jo Suckla and state Education Commissioner William Moloney warn that lawmakers likely will intervene if the board doesn't lead the way in addressing lax standards.

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