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Michigan high-schoolers may be required to take higher math to graduate

Math requirements for Michigan high schoolers may be ramped up to make them more competitive for high-tech jobs.  State requirements might change, according to a package of stories in today's Detroit News:

"As a result, Michigan may soon require high school students take specific math classes to graduate, and the state is rewriting math standards that expect more from students, patterning those standards after high-performing countries."