INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTHI) - Indiana students may see a more specific focus on post-secondary skills.
The Graduation Pathway Panel approved new graduation requirements for the state.
They transition away from an end of course assessments, or ECA's.
Instead, students would need to demonstrate employability skills.
They would also need to show academic or career readiness through testing or certification.
The State Board of Education will consider the recommendations in December.
If approved, the Pathway requirements would be implemented in the 2019/2020 school year.
- Indiana panel recommends changes to graduation requirements
- Graduation requirements may be changing for Indiana students
- Indiana shelves bill on requirements for ID gender change
- Board approves guidance for Indiana graduation guidelines
- Indiana State University prepares for 2019 graduation
- Indiana students required to learn about how to deal with possible abuse
- Indiana lawmakers weigh 'opt-in' requirement for sex ed
- Indiana report shows more growth of college graduates