Colorado will phase in new graduation requirements over the next seven years that are focused more on students' competency than so-called "seat time" requirements. Under the vote by the state board of education on Wednesday, students will be able to show competency in four core subjects through various avenues, including standardized testing and Advanced Placement exams.
Colo. adopts new competency-based graduation requirements
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