Utah could allow students to bypass classes they have mastered

03/6/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Legislation being considered by state lawmakers in Utah would allow school districts and charter schools to establish paths other than testing to determine if students are competent in a particular course. Under the bill, students who prove they are competent could be allowed to skip those classes or accelerate their pace.

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