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The technology graduation requirement for high school set forth by the EGUSD Board of Education requires the student to demonstrate a basic keyboarding proficiency of 25 WPM, using the home row. This proficiency is assessed with a 3-minute timed test with no more than 3 errors. Basically, an EGUSD student who can type 22 WPM is meeting the graduation requirement. Note: It’s common for a CRES 2nd grader, enrolled in a typing program, to meet this standard. This video introduces proper finger placement and posture:
KeyboardingOnline recommends the following goals for their keyboarding program:
grade 1, 18 wpm
grade 2, 20 wpm
grade 3, 22 wpm
grade 4, 24 wpm
grade 5, 26 wpm
grade 6, 28 wpm
For those using Keyboarding Online, you can click here to read how this site breaks hunting and pecking.