Colorado bill proposes tougher graduation requirements

02/19/2004 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

Earlier this week, the Colorado Senate gave preliminary approval to a bill requiring that students entering high school in 2008 take a rigorous curriculum including four years of English and three years of math. Critics charge that establishing minimum core courses interferes with districts' control over their curricula and reflects a "one-size-fits-all" approach that will lead to higher dropout rates.

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