State College- and Career-Ready High School Graduation Requirements Comparison Table

Friday, November 1, 2013Printer-friendly version

Achieve's research suggests that for high school graduates to be prepared for success in postsecondary settings, they need to take four years of challenging mathematics - including content at least through Algebra II or its equivalent - and four years of rigorous English aligned with college- and career-ready standards. This resource from November 2013 shows how the 19 states (and District of Columbia) - that have adopted college- and career-ready graduation requirements - have structured those requirements. Download the PDF.