Ohio district reconfigures grades to meet new requirements

Beginning next school year, Ohio students will have to earn four math credits to graduate and Algebra II must be among those earned credits, school officials say. To give students a buffer in case they struggle with a math class, Cincinnati Public Schools is adopting a K-6 and 7-12 configuration for most schools. Officials say they hope giving students six years instead of four to complete four math classes will bolster achievement.

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