Will more algebra classes help brighten Michigan's economic future?
November 13, 2005
Michigan's school chief, Mike Flanagan, is about to propose expanding the number of subjects required for graduation from high school. Most of the changes will revolve around advanced math and science for high schoolers.
His proposal will go to the Michigan Legislature.
How do you feel? Will that help cement our economic future? Are our kids ready for this change or will it just encourage dropouts?
Go to today's Detroit News story about it and be sure to vote in the cyber survey about the proposal.
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