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North Carolina

Does the state assess history/social studies? 

Yes

How are state history/social studies assessments used? (graduation/promotion; accountability; diagnostic) 

Graduation/promotion, accountability

Is a course in U.S. history required for high school graduation? 

Yes

Grades Tested 

11, 10th grade Civics & Economics course test includes historica strand

What kind of questions are on the test? 

Multiple Choice

Is world history a component of state-level social studies assessment at any grade level? 

No

Is a course in world history required for high school graduation? 

Yes

Is historical thinking addressed in standards? 

Yes

State Standards

 
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