Are K-12 and post-secondary students learning in the classroom, graduating and prepared for the workplace?
Friday, November 25, 2016 at 12:09 PM
Some of this year's high school juniors as well as their administrators are concerned the students won't meet new Ohio graduation standards. That might cause graduation rates to plummet.
The class of 2018 is the first group of Ohio high schoolers to face new stricter requirements. Students are required to take certain classes including English Language Arts, Math and Social Studies and get a cumulative score of 18 on 7 different subject tests. The highest total score possible is 35.