House Bill 5 changes high school graduation requirements

KWKT
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 3:46pm

Next school year, incoming freshman high schoolers will be offered more choices in courses to take prior to graduation.

In the state of Texas, House Bill 5 made changes to the required high school courses in order to get a diploma. Algebra II and taking four years of science, for example, are no longer expected for students to take across the board.

Some school districts already offer an array of classes, while other districts are now working on expanding their course offerings.

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