Thursday, January 21, 2010

State phasing out GEE

As part of the move toward a "value added" system of evaluating student progress, the state is phasing out the Graduate Exit exam in favor of a new end-of-course exam.

As WAFB-TV's Tyana Williams reports here, students will now be tested at the end of each course, giving teachers a better grasp of the student's real performance.

In order to graduate, students will have to pass English II or English III, algebra I or geometry, and biology or American history.

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