N.C. standards create 3 paths to graduation

06/6/2013 | Times-News (Hendersonville, N.C.)

The North Carolina State Board of Education has adopted new rules for graduation that will affect the number of math courses students must complete. The rules create three paths for graduation -- college-ready, career-ready or both. To earn a college endorsement, students will have to take one additional math class that meets state university enrollment standards.

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