Will Mich. students still be required to take algebra II to graduate?

05/10/2013 | Holland Sentinel (Mich.), The · WLNS-TV (Lansing, Mich.)

A state legislative panel in Michigan Tuesday advanced changes to the state's graduation requirements that would, among other things, allow some students to replace algebra II with career or technical courses, provided they include some algebra II content. Opponents of the changes note that rising graduation rates and ACT scores are evidence that higher-level math is benefiting students, while supporters suggest that for non-college-bound students, algebra II is a burden.

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Holland Sentinel (Mich.), The · WLNS-TV (Lansing, Mich.)

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