New rules for Texas students offer more flexibility, educators say

05/28/2013 | KLTV-TV (Tyler, Texas)

Under a bill passed by Texas lawmakers, students will take only five standardized tests instead of 15 and will have more flexibility in meeting graduation requirements. Students no longer will be required to take four years of math to graduate and will be able to earn "endorsements" in science, technology, engineering, math, and more.

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