KENTUCKY (KFVS) - A Senate Bill that goes into effect on July 1 will require all public high school students in Kentucky to pass a civics test in order to receive a diploma.
Senate Bill 159 was signed by the Governor on March 27, 2017.
Students will have the opportunity to retake the test as often as needed in order to pass and will need to answer 60 percent of the questions correctly to pass.
A student who passed a similar test in the previous five years will not be required to take the test.
Can you pass? Click here to take the practice test.