Stricter Michigan graduation standards move on to full House

03/2/2006 | Detroit News, The

Michigan's House Education Committee passed tougher graduation standards that would require students to take four credits of English and math, including Algebra II, which opponents fear will be too hard for many students and lead to more dropouts. The group rejected language for the science curriculum's framework that some believed might have allowed the teaching of intelligent design. The requirements would take effect with the class of 2010.

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