Md. education board votes to amend math graduation requirements

04/22/2014 | Baltimore Sun, The

The Maryland State Board of Education has amended its math requirements for graduation, exempting students on a five-year graduation track from having to take a final year of math. Currently, students are required to take math during each year of high school. The new regulations, if approved by the legislature, also will allow students to replace one math course with an Advanced Placement computer science class.

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