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Indiana coalition tweaks graduation requirements under new work-based study program

June 26, 2018


With a push under Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to “rethink schools” and now President Donald Trump’s proposal to merge the Education and Labor departments, many states have been developing plans for work-based programs that may better prepare students for career pathways that don’t require a college education. New York, North Carolina, Georgia and Minnesota have also developed work-based study programs with new requirements for students who are seeking an alternative graduation pathway.

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