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Debate: Standardized Testing For Graduation

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==See also== ==See also==
- +*[[Debate: Board exams]]
 +*[[Resolved: Public high school students in the United States ought not be required to pass standardized exit exams to graduate.]]
 +*[[Debate: Employers should rely less on grades and exam scores of candidates]]
 +*[[Debate:Exams]]
==External links and resources== ==External links and resources==

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Should public high school students be required to pass an exam required for graduation?

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Background and Context of Debate:

"A high school diploma acts as the most fundamental gateway to a person realizing her promise and securing her future in adult life. Without this diploma, gainful employment, financial stability, and property ownership become very difficult to obtain. In addition to these practical concerns, a diploma represents the knowledge and skills a person has gained to enable her participation in civic institutions and the actualization of her own life projects. Who earns and who fails to earn a diploma shapes the future socioeconomic makeup of American society by determining what landscape of opportunity is open to young people. High-stakes exit exams also reveal the failures of our society to address past and current discrimination given the achievement gaps they consistently have revealed along racial and class lines."-Stacy Thomas

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