Texas lawmakers have proposed a bill that would offer multiple pathways to graduation, some of which would not require students to take algebra II. Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, who is on the Senate Education Committee, suggests in this commentary that the final bill should start all students off on the same rigorous path and provide opportunities for students to evaluate their progress with the help of school counselors and parents.
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