2017 DATA SHOWS URGENT NEED TO CHANGE GRADUATION RULES
released data from the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) shows that in
2017 over 60,000 high school seniors earned their diplomas by using "transitional"
testing options that will not be available to the current freshman class or students entering
high school after them.
The "graduation pathway" data provides stark evidence of how many students may be at risk of not graduating as new testing requirements adopted by the Christie Administration are phased in and alternative options are eliminated.The data were released last week in response to an Open Public Records request from Education Law Center.
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