State Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn wants to delay both science and math requirements for high school graduation, according to KIRO 7.
A spokesperson for the superintendent said initial passing rates for 10th-graders in science testing was 39 percent.
Dorn is set to outline several ideas to address the issue during a keynote address today at the Washington State School Directors’ Association’s annual conference.
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