13 states commit to higher high school standards

Thirteen states, including Rhode Island and Massachusetts, have formed a coalition to improve high schools, “significantly” raising the rigor of graduation standards, assessments and curriculum to better match the demands of college and the workplace. The states, which together serve about 5 million high school students, or 35 percent of total U.S. high school enrollment,…

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