Michigan mulls new high school standards

01/17/2006 | Detroit News, The

Michigan, one of only about seven states without significant graduation requirements, soon will begin debating whether to adopt strict standards, which include requiring students to take four years of math and three years of science. If passed and signed into law, the new standards could affect next fall's freshman class.

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