Texas on path to drop algebra II as requirement for most graduates

11/22/2013 | Dallas Morning News (free content), The

Texas likely is to eliminate algebra II as a requirement for most students to graduate from high school following a vote of preliminary approval Nov. 21 by the state's education board. The board is scheduled to take a series of votes on the issue, and officials say their stance could change. The algebra requirement is part of an overhaul of education in the state approved by the Legislature.

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