Calif. district weighs algebra II as a graduation requirement

10/16/2013 | Monterey County Herald (Calif.), The

Teachers, students and officials in a California district are debating whether to include algebra II as a high-school graduation requirement. While some teachers initially opposed the idea, supporters say requiring higher levels of math will help U.S. students compete with peers worldwide and help give minority and disadvantaged students greater access to the courses.

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