WASHINGTON, DC - The US Department of Education Secretary, Arne Duncan, announced today that Graduation requirements for US high school students would be eliminated to increase the graduation rate.
Four new exams that will be required for graduation will be developed to ensure that high school students will be proficient at texting, talking and walking. The Department of Education decided in June that students were being stressed out and too many were failing proficiency tests.
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