Ohio lawmakers propose letting high schoolers redo pandemic year


COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Some Ohio lawmakers are proposing that high schoolers should get a do-over after their pandemic-troubled school year, even if they qualified to graduate.

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New legislation in the Senate would give students who just finished senior year a chance to re-enroll in 12th grade this fall to repeat classes and get another round of eligibility for sports.

A separate bill in the House would set up a program in which high schoolers could seek to repeat or supplement the courses they took and pursue athletics eligibility.

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The Ohio High School Athletic Association says it doesn’t support giving students a voluntary fifth year of athletic eligibility.


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