Brown signs high school exit test waiver, allowing 5,000 to graduate
Governor Jerry Brown today signed Senate Bill 725 into law, allowing close to 5,000 high school seniors across the state to graduate without passing a now-cancelled high school exit exam. The governor signed the bill without comment, his office said. Brown’s signature brings to a close a problem that began in May, when the California Department of...
By Elizabeth Weise | August 26, 2015