SHB 1162 would allow students to graduate with 20 credits, as long as the student had completed the 17 core credits and 3 personal pathways credits related to their high school and beyond plan. The bill also would create a new graduation pathway option – the performance exhibit. Michelle Nims voiced WSPTA support for the bill and urged Senate education committee members to pass it.
WSPTA Supports Graduation Flexibility
Category: Advocacy , Legislative
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