Board approves guidance for Indiana graduation guidelines
The State Board of Education approved policy guidance Wednesday for new graduation guidelines mandating that Indiana high school students do more to graduate and are ready for college, the workplace or enlisting in the military. The policy guidance , approved on a 10-0 vote, will help the Indiana Department of Education and schools across the state implement the Graduation Pathways guidelines, which the panel approved in December .
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