Pennsylvania officials are considering exit exams for high-schoolers

08/13/2009 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania officials are considering requiring all high-school students to take exams in core subjects that would count for at least one-third of their final grades. Some say the new testing requirement would encourage more students to take state testing seriously, while critics say the tests would be expensive and count for too large a portion of a student's grade.

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