Update: Senate passes bill that would require two high school math tracks

— Senate passed bill forcing schools to offer both integrated math and previous sequence of Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II to students

— Bill passed second reading Wednesday and third reading Thursday

— Would give state Department of Public Instruction two years to come up with assessments aligned with previous sequence

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Alex Granados is a researcher and legislative reporter for EducationNC. He grew up in Raleigh where he attended Jeffreys Grove Elementary School, Leesville Road Middle School and Cardinal Gibbons Catholic High School. Alex graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism in 2005. While in college, he worked for The Daily Tar Heel, the UNC student newspaper, and he interned for The State of Things on WUNC-FM.… Read full bio »

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