More changes needed to up graduation rates

To graduate from high school in Indiana, students must pass the state’s algebra and English end-of-course assessment exams.

However, some students take the tests many times and still can’t pass one or both.

But if students clearly put in the effort to try, while also keeping their grades and attendance up, teachers and principals can appeal to the state to ensure students who deserve a diploma earn one.

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