On February 23, 2015, the Tredyffrin/Easttown Board of School Directors approved a resolution in support of House Bill 168, which eliminates Keystone Exams as a graduation requirement. Keystone Exams are state-mandated end-of-course tests intended as a measurement of proficiency for students in identified subjects. Currently, students in the classes of 2017 and beyond are required to pass Keystone Exams in Literature, Algebra I and Biology to earn a high school diploma. Additional exams are scheduled for development for Composition (starting with the class of 2019) and Civics and Government (starting with the class of 2020).
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