The State University of New York is looking to stem the tide of students who arrive at college unprepared.
For a while now, getting through high school has meant getting through all five of those all-important Regents Exams. But that may be changing.
Amidst an ongoing discussion about how to get more kids to graduation through different pathways, the Board of Regents may be making some changes.
And those changes have a lot to do with one specific exam – The Global History and Geography exam. Unlike other Regents Exams, this one takes place after two full years of cumulative study.