Indiana Code Title 20. Education § 20-30-5-4

Sec. 4 . (a) Each public school and nonpublic school shall provide within the two (2) weeks preceding a general election for all students in grades 6 through 12 five (5) full recitation periods of class discussion concerning:

(1) the system of government in Indiana and in the United States;

(2) methods of voting;

(3) party structures;

(4) election laws;  and

(5) the responsibilities of citizen participation in government and in elections.

(b) Except as provided in IC 20-32-4-13 , a student may not receive a high school diploma unless the student has completed a two (2) semester course in American history.

(c) If a public school superintendent violates this section, the state superintendent shall receive and record reports of the violations.  The general assembly may examine these reports.

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