Michigan lawmakers pass tougher graduation requirements

03/31/2006 | Detroit News, The

A new bill with some of the most rigorous high school graduation standards in the nation is now heading to the Michigan governor for signature. The measure requires students, starting with the class of 2011, to take four credits of English and math, including Algebra II, three credits of science and social studies, two credits of a foreign language and one credit each in art and physical education.

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