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Graduation Requirements Task Force seeks input by April 15

Posted Date: 04/04/2022

Graduation Requirements Task Force seeks input by April 15

State education officials are seeking feedback by April 15 to help guide the work of the Graduation Requirements Task Force.  

 The task force was established to examine high school graduation requirements in Kansas in three areas: 

 — Additional courses or deletion of courses required for graduation (if any). 

 — Examination of competencies and multiple ways to show mastery of skills which allow students to move at their own pace and time. 

 — Examination of any additional requirements in addition to the high school diploma (value-added assets such as industry recognized certificate, college credits, etc.)  

Please use this link to complete a short survey regarding your thoughts on Kansas high school graduation requirements. The deadline to submit feedback is April 15. 

The Graduation Requirements Task Force has been working since June. It includes members of the State Board of Education, local boards of education, KASB, superintendents, business leaders, teachers, curriculum directors, high school principals, counselors and the Kansas State High School Activities Association.