Ohio seeks to better gauge readiness among high-school grads

01/7/2013 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Ohio is planning to replace its current high-school graduation exams with a new set of exams. The new exams will be in place in 2014-15, when the scores will be factored into teachers' evaluations. Officials say the exams, announced in November, are intended to help better determine whether students are prepared to move to college and careers.

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