Texas high school students looking to get a head start on their careers via vocational and technical education classes will have more options in future school years, thanks to recently passed legislation.
House Bill 5, which was signed into law June 19, is best known for reducing from 15 to five the number of standardized tests high school students must take to graduate. However, the bill also revised the state’s graduation requirements, making it easier for students looking to enroll in career and technical education courses while earning the necessary credits to graduate.
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