Pennsylvania is moving to delay the use of exams as a graduation requirement for high school students starting next year.
The state Senate voted unanimously Wednesday to postpone the requirement for two years, and Gov. Tom Wolf says he'll sign the bill. The bill has already passed the House unanimously.
The requirement won approval from the State Board of Education in 2013. But under the bill, the requirement now would take effect in the 2018-19 academic year.
About a dozen states have such a requirement.