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Qualls: Fewer tests good for students

Phil Bankerphil@ennisdailynews.com

Texas House lawmakers voted this week to approve statewide changes to high school curriculum, including slashing the number of standardized tests required for graduation from 15 to five.

The bill, if it becomes law, would allow students to graduate high school without taking Algebra 2 or other high level math and science courses.

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