Some states reconsider graduation rules for career, college readiness

11/25/2013 | Atlantic online, The

Some state legislatures -- including those in Texas and Florida -- are reconsidering existing graduation requirements, including whether all students should be required to take algebra II. The shifting trend from advanced academics to career readiness can be attributed, in part, to higher college costs and rising earning potential among graduates with two-year technical degrees, according to this analysis.

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