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Regents Approve Higher College Admissions Standards, BUT...

The Kansas Board of Regents recently approved a new set of "Qualified Admissions" courses -- the curriculum required for high school graduates to be admitted to state universities. Some educators might welcome the new, higher standards. But as Commentator John Richard Schrock tells us, there IS a catch... and maybe more than one.


 

Commentator John Richard Schrock is a Professor at Emporia State University, where he trains future biology teachers. Production assistance for this commentary was provided by KPR news intern Mark Arehart (AIR-hart), a KU senior from Omaha.