UNANIMOUS SUPPORT FOR COMPETENCY TEST REQUIRMENT FOR GRADUATION; PARENTS FEEL CHILDREN NEED TO BE COMPUTER-LITERATE

Posted at 12:01 am December 4, 1983, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

Almost all state residents believe that New Jersey students should have to pass a competency test in reading, writing and math in order to graduate from high school. New Jerseyans——both parents and non—parents alike——also support requirements for three years of coursework in math and science, and strongly feel that students acquire “computer literacy,” according to a Star—Ledger/Eagleton Poll conducted in late October.

 

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