Ariz. High School Students Must Pass Civics Test In 2017
On Thursday, Arizona state lawmakers OK'd a law that requires high school students to pass a civics test, based on the U.S. citizenship test.By Jake Godin | January 16, 2015
Pop quiz time: Who's in charge of the U.S. executive branch? What's the reason the U.S. flag has 50 stars? How many U.S. senators are there?
Come 2017, high school students throughout Arizona will need to know the answers to those questions and more.
That's because on Thursday, state lawmakers OK'd a law requiring students to pass a civics test before they can graduate. (Video via KSAZ)