California's Class of 2004 faces algebra hurdle

11/13/2003 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

Beginning with this year's graduating class, all California high school students, including special education and limited English students, must pass Algebra 1 to receive their diplomas. Supporters of the requirement say the course prepares students for college-level work and teaches problem-solving skills applicable to real-world situations.

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