Oklahoma High School End of Instruction Exams to be Eliminated
FAIRLAND, OKLAHOMA -
Oklahoma high school end of instruction exams are being eliminated. Oklahoma State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister says the bill is currently awaiting the Governor's signature but there is every indication that will happen within the next couple of days. The bill is calling for a full repeal of there are seven e.o.i. tests that are currently in place. As of right now a student has to pass both the Algebra1 and English2 tests, as well as two of the other five tests. Hofmeister hopes that the new suit of assessments will involve four tests during sophomore year followed by one final test the student's senior year reflecting that of an ACT.
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