A.G. backs civics test for Kansas students


Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Wednesday backed a bill that would require Kansas students to pass an American civics course to graduate from high school.

The bill calls for students to take a 100-question test similar to one administered by the federal government for new citizens coming to the United States.

The proposed law would start on July 1 and would cover any accredited public, private or parochial high school.

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