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B.C. looks to change high school grad requirements

The Ministry of Education wants to improve graduation requirements for high school students across the province.

Among the goals-- increase the skill set of graduating students, and offer them more opportunities to learn trades relevant to their community.

This afternoon in Penticton, a public meeting will be held where community members, educators and students can discuss what's needed.

There are more meetings throughout the Thompson, Okanagan, and Kootenays over the next few weeks, find when that's happening in your community, in the table below   

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