Texas expands math options for high-school students

03/28/2014 | Texas Public Radio

Under new state education rules, high-school students in Texas no longer are required to take algebra II. Students still will take algebra and geometry, but they can choose to enroll in algebra II or another specialized math class during their senior year. Some say the change opens doors for students for whom algebra II is not the best fit. Others contend all students should take algebra II before graduation.

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