Texas may boost science requirements for high schoolers

07/16/2004 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Today, the Texas Board of Education is expected to approve a new high school curriculum requiring all students take four, rather than three, years of science. The change, which would take effect in August 2007, is contingent on the legislature authorizing hundreds of millions of dollars for labs, teachers and supplies.

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