With schools' help, California students rise to algebra challenge

10/6/2003 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Starting this year, all California high school seniors must pass Algebra I to graduate. Districts are providing extensive tutoring, team teaching and special summer classes to ensure all students, including the special education and ESOL populations, meet the prerequisite.

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