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Topic: California Algebra
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Paul A. Tanner III

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Re: California Algebra
Posted: Oct 25, 2012 1:54 PM
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This is the way it used to be many years ago.

What would this business math cover - and how many years? Just one
year? And by the way, what else would you require? If only one course
of math, then only one course of English, which by the time one gets
to high school is a literature course? And what about science? Any
requirements like biology or chemistry - general science ends in
middle school, you know. What about social sciences like history?

Sounds like you would drastically lower the minimum requirements to
get a high school diploma, given no vocational high school.

On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 12:18 PM, Robert Hansen <> wrote:
> Business math, like all of use every day. After that it should be elective.
> Bob Hansen
> On Oct 25, 2012, at 11:23 AM, Paul Tanner <> wrote:
> Why don't you tell us what math you would require for high school
> graduation, given no vocational high schools? It's time for you to
> tell us - all you do is condemn, but you do not tell us what you would
> have the math requirements for high school graduation be, given no
> vocational schools at the high school level? Would you require a
> minimum of Algebra I?

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