Health courses could be electives in Calif. district

02/17/2013 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Officials in Temecula Valley Unified School District in California are considering dropping a requirement that students take health and geography courses. Under the proposal, such courses would be offered as electives to free up additional time for students to take other courses -- a move opposed by some health teachers. "The health teachers' standing on this point is they need this information," said Kurtis Tegman, who teaches health at Great Oak High School.

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