The daunting task of remaking Texas’ high school graduation requirements got off to an inauspicious start Wednesday as some key decision-makers scoffed at the new policy.
Some members of the State Board of Education, which is responsible for much of the new law’s implementation, said they found the changes in House Bill 5 to be ill-conceived. The bill, the Legislature’s top education priority, won unanimous approval.
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