Recent Legislation Changes
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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

ATTENTION anyone who didn't graduate due to not passing a proficiency test. Recent changes in legislation have made possible the following...

"Any student denied a standard high school or adult standard diploma solely because the student did not satisfy any
existing requirement to pass the High School Proficiency Examinations will be issued a standard high school or adult
standard diploma if:
(1) The student submits to the school district or charter school in which the student was last enrolled in high
school a written request for a determination of whether the student, notwithstanding the failure of the student
to satisfy any existing requirement to pass the High School Proficiency Examinations, otherwise satisfied
any existing requirements to receive a standard high school or adult standard diploma; and
(2) After reviewing the transcript of the student and any other relevant documentation, the school district or
charter school determines that, notwithstanding the failure of the student to satisfy any existing requirement
to pass the High School Proficiency Examinations, the student otherwise satisfied existing requirements to
receive a standard high school or adult standard diploma."

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