Texas mulls tougher math, science courses in high school

09/14/2006 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Now that the Texas Legislature has mandated that all college-bound high school students, starting with next year's freshman class, must take a fourth year of science and math, the state Board of Education on Friday could determine what those classes will be and phase out easier courses in math, physics and chemistry. Some educators fear the tougher requirements, however, could set up some students for failure.

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