S.D. students must take upper-level science, math to graduate

Students entering high schools in South Dakota this fall will be the first to face tougher graduation requirements aimed at better preparing them for college or careers. Some schools will offer alternative classes and extra help for students who struggle with the requirements, which mandate that all students pass upper-level math and science courses. Critics are concerned, however, that schools will make the courses easier to ensure that students pass.

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