The fight to end Keystone Exam graduation requirements continues

On April 24, a group of superintendents, teachers and parents invited Chester County legislators to a Keystone Exam briefing to express their continuing concerns over the state’s November decision to use these tests as graduation requirements beginning with class of 2017. The briefing can be viewed on Keystone on Demand:

In a March 14 letter to the chairs of the Senate Education Committee, Acting Secretary of Education Carolyn Dumaresq promised no additional Keystone test development during her tenure. She is
scheduled to retire this year and admitted she could not speak for any future Secretary of Education.

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