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State may require more math for diplomas

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) - Alaska public school students could have a new math requirement for obtaining a high school diploma under a proposed state regulation. The Alaska State Board of Education is considering a measure that would require students to earn three credits of math. The current requirement is two credits. More than four out of five Alaska school districts already require three years of math.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-09-30/state-may-require-more-math-for-dipl
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House Education considers delaying standards

...new standards. Wilson said requiring the districts to make the transition within a year was not fair.The Alaska State Board of Education approved the new English language arts and mathematic standards this year. They are to go into effect 2015...

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Anchorage businessman to seek Democratic nod for lieutenant governor

...said he changed his political affiliation from nonpartisan to Democrat and has resigned as a member of the Alaska State Board of Education to run for office. He also is resigning as chair of Alaskans United, a grass roots organization concerned...

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Education topics up for debate

The sunshine streamed through the windows of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Chambers Thursday morning as the Alaska State Board of Education and Early Development met in Soldotna.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-06-06
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