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Chapter 170

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  170.013.  Missouri higher education civics achievement examination, required when — question requirements. — 1.  Any student entering a public institution of higher education for the first time after July 2019 who is pursuing an associate's or bachelor's degree from such institution shall successfully pass an examination on the provisions and principles of American civics with a score of seventy percent or greater as a condition of graduation from such institution.  The examination shall be known as the "Missouri Higher Education Civics Achievement Examination".

  2.  The examination required under this section shall consist of at least fifty questions, but shall not exceed one hundred questions, and shall be similar to the one hundred questions administered to applicants for United States citizenship by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services division of the Department of Homeland Security.  Subject matter on the examination shall include the United States Constitution, the United States Bill of Rights, governmental institutions, historical manifestations of federalism, and history of constitutional interpretation and amendments.

  3.  The examination required under this section may be included within any other examination that is administered on the provisions and principles of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the state of Missouri, and on American history and American institutions, as required in subsection 3 of section 170.011.

  4.  Institutions of higher education may use online testing to comply with the provisions of this section.

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(L. 2018 S.B. 807 & 577)


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