Indiana Dept. of Education presents Graduation Landscape Analysis, plans to rethink Indiana high school experience

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The Indiana Department of Education has presented a first look at the ongoing work to rethink the high school experience in Indiana.


The Graduation Landscape Analysis was presented, marking the first step in what is hoped to be a collaborative, comprehensive and expeditious process of rethinking high school in the state.


It gives a look at the changes in Indiana’s graduation paths and diploma requirements over time while looking at the practices in other states.


The work is planned to bring a focus on three key areas: making high school diploma requirements more flexible and relevant, improving access to high-quality work-based learning opportunities; and increasing access to postsecondary credentials before high school graduation.


The department plans to use these three key areas to adjust currently required courses now that the analysis is completed.

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