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Super: HB 5 a step forward


Barbara Qualls

Barbara Qualls

Phil Banker, p...@ennisdailynews.com

Ennis ISD Superintendent Barbara Qualls celebrated Gov. Rick Perry’s decision to sign House Bill 5, but cautioned that district still have to wait on new rules from the Texas Education Agency.

Perry on Monday signed into law a much-watched high school curriculum overhaul that cuts the number of standardized tests students must pass to graduate from 15 to five.

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