La. state superintendent seeks funding for curriculum choice in high school

06/18/2013 | WWNO-FM (New Orleans)

Louisiana students who attend a public school without an advanced math course may have more flexibility in taking that class at another high school, under a program known as Course Choice. The state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education will consider state Superintendent John White's proposal to take about $2 million from another program to fund Course Choice's pilot year. About 450 students have registered for courses, most seeking algebra I and AP classes that are unavailable at their schools.

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