Ala. school district boosts math requirements for graduation

03/11/2013 | AL.com (Alabama)

The Mobile County Public School System in Alabama has adopted new graduation rules aimed at better preparing students for college and the workforce. Under the new standards, high-school students will take four years of math instead of four units, which some students were completing in two or three years and then graduating unprepared for college-level math, school officials say.

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