High-school teachers in Texas are asking state officials to reconsider a proposal to reduce the number of social studies credits required to graduate from four to three. The change is included in a plan to revamp the state's high-school graduation requirements -- moving away from the "four-by-four" plan requiring four classes each of English, math, science and social studies, in addition to other courses, in favor of offering more flexibility for students.
Texas teachers seek to maintain social studies requirements
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