N.J. to require more courses, new exams before graduation

06/18/2009 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

New Jersey's state education board added more math and science to the state's graduation requirements as well as a semester-long course on personal finance and economics. The board also approved up to seven end-of-course exams, although it has not been determined whether students need to pass all of them to graduate. The changes will be phased in over the next seven years.

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