Oregon eliminates “inaccurate” and “inequitable” academic proficiency requirements for students to graduate

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Oregon’s Department of Education has recently eliminated the requirement for students to prove proficiency in basic academic skills to earn a high school diploma.   Initial Academic Requirements Before Senate Bill 744, proficiency in reading, writing, and math was a prerequisite for Oregon high school graduation. Statewide Assessment Standards Students had to demonstrate this proficiency by … Read more