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State ed leaders delay decision on senior year math

State ed leaders delay decision on senior year math

By Lisa Schencker The Salt Lake Tribune
Updated Nov 5, 2010 11:09PM MDT
High school seniors likely won’t have to take math anytime soon, much to the disappointment of technology business leaders who say Utah must make changes now to remain globally competitive. A state Office of Education committee, made up of business people, higher-education representatives and educators, had recommended a year ago that all high school seniors be required to take math to help reduce the number of students who need remedial classes in college. But the state Board of Education put o...
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