Indianapolis, In. - The Indiana State Board of Education will vote today on new graduation requirements for Indiana high school students.
They will go into effect starting in 2019, for the freshman class.
On Wednesday, the State Board of Education approved new high school graduation pathways.
Jets QB Josh McCown named AFC Offensive Player of the Week
His performance against the Chiefs also earned him AFC offensive player of the week honors for the third time in his career. But the Jets are likely to go after a quarterback in the draft, hoping to find a player who can be a leader moving forward.
One of the biggest changes is adding a requirement for employability skills.
They can do that through service or work projects, as well as college entrance exams.
Many educators believe the new requirements discriminate against special needs students and those with English as a second language.
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