BREAKING NEWS – Salem, Oregon – An Oregon-based parental rights group said it was “not surprising” that the Oregon State Board of Education decided to remove the requirement to show proof of mastery in reading, writing, and math through a standardized test in order to graduate from high school.

The Oregon State Board voted unanimously to extend a pause on the requirement for 11th-grade students to demonstrate competency in essential skills reading, writing, and math through either a standardized test or a portfolio of work on top of regular coursework. They added that they don’t want to make any permanent decisions, until they can figure out why a good portion of the students are “so freakin’ stupid.”