State Will Not Require Students To Pass MCAS For Graduation

The class of 2022 won't have to take or pass the MCAS to graduate high school after a vote by the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Associate Commissioner Rob Curtin says next year’s seniors haven’t had the chance to feel out the test. 

The decision comes after the board removed the requirement for the class of 2021 last year, also citing the Covid-19 pandemic as the main cause. 

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