State adopts revised math requirement

August 13, 2009

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State adopts revised math requirement
The State Board of Education has adopted a revised math rule for the class of 2013.
Students from that class are the first required to earn three credits of math to receive their high school diploma.
The original Washington Administration Code mandated that students who elected to take a high school level mathematics course without credit as an eighth-grader were required to repeat that same course for credit in high school.
The amendment allows them to use that math credit and take another mathematics course instead or repeat the same math course for credit.
The revision allows students greater flexibility in scheduling their coursework and empowers them to choose the best courses to meet their educational goals.
Board members adopted the new rule at their July 17 meeting.

The State Board of Education has adopted a revised math rule for the class of 2013.

Students from that class are the first required to earn three credits of math to receive their high school diploma.

The original Washington Administration Code mandated that students who elected to take a high school level mathematics course without credit as an eighth-grader were required to repeat that same course for credit in high school.

The amendment allows them to use that math credit and take another mathematics course instead or repeat the same math course for credit.

The revision allows students greater flexibility in scheduling their coursework and empowers them to choose the best courses to meet their educational goals.

Board members adopted the new rule at their July 17 meeting.

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