Raising graduation requirements puts squeeze on schools

01/18/2007 | SeattlePI.com

Plans to update Oregon's graduation requirements could hurt the classes offered at one rural school in Knappa, Ore., where it's already tough to find qualified math and science teachers, administrators say. The push in Oregon would require students to have three years of science, two of which are lab courses.

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