Fewer than 1% of high-school students in Michigan are using the "personal curriculum" option that allows them to replace required credits under the Michigan Merit Curriculum for additional credits in math, language arts, social studies or science, state education officials have found. Students who use the program most often have substituted other courses for algebra II or health and physical education. Officials say they are planning to increase awareness about the curriculum option.
"Personal curriculum" program is rarely chosen by Mich. students
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