Mich. considers changes to high-school graduation requirements

04/2/2013 | MLive.com (Michigan) (free registration)

Proposals that would change math and other graduation requirements for Michigan students have sparked conversations about flexibility in curriculum decision-making. One proposed change is to allow students to take two alternate math classes instead of Algebra II, which some say better meets the needs of non-college-bound students. The state board of education maintains that such flexibility already is available to students.

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