Local school districts are gearing up to counsel students on new state-mandated graduation requirements.
“The current graduation plan forces many of our students to take algebra II even if their career plans don’t require it,” said Ed Braeuer, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction in the Belton Independent School District. “The new graduation plan will give our students greater flexibility to take the classes that best fit their career plans.”
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