California may require college prep courses for all high schoolers

04/21/2004 | Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, Calif.)

A bill introduced in the legislature yesterday would require all California high school students to take college-track courses, starting in 2010. State Schools Superintendent Jack O'Connell, one of the bill's sponsors, said the initiative would better prepare students for the demands of higher education and today's workplace.

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