Michigan students could be allowed to opt out of algebra II

05/9/2010 | Detroit Free Press

Students in Michigan could opt out of algebra II under a bill before Gov. Jennifer Granholm. Algebra II is part of the state curriculum, but the bill would allow students to avoid the subject with their parents' approval. Supporters of the change say the algebra II requirement has been responsible for some students dropping out of high school or seeking certificates instead of diplomas.

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