2013 House Bill 4088

Reduce, revise high school graduation standards

Introduced in the House

Jan. 22, 2013

Introduced by Rep. Joel Johnson (R-97)

To reduce the state’s high school graduation standards, by allowing a student on a “career and technical education” track to skip Algebra II, a third credit in science, a “visual arts” credit, an online credit, and either a fourth English credit or second foreign language requirement.

Referred to the Committee on Education