KVUE interviews ATPE's Monty Exter on requiring Algebra II for graduation
Date Posted: 11/21/2013
Austin ABC affiliate KVUE interviewed ATPE lobbyist Monty Exter today regarding State Board of Education proposals to make Algebra II a requirement for high school graduation in Texas. Exter explained ATPE members' views on the issue as gleaned from recent surveys: Exter also testified before the SBOE on the issue. (Read a recap of ATPE's testimony.)
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