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Title:  Meeting Oregonís New High School Math Graduation Requirements: Examining Student Enrollment and Teacher Availability
Description: The study was motivated by a 2005 Oregon law that requires students to take three years of mathematics courses at the algebra I level or above (advanced math), beginning with the Class of 2014. This study examines the percentage of Oregon students enrolled in high schoolĖlevel math courses during 2006/07 and 2007/08 who would have been on track to graduate had the new mathematics requirements been in place. It also examines whether there would have been an adequate supply of teachers endorsed to teach advanced math in 2006/07 and 2007/08, had the new requirements been in place.
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Cover Date: April 2012
Web Release: April 27, 2012
Publication #: REL 2012126
Center/Program: REL
Associated Centers: NCEE
Authors: Jacqueline Raphael, Nicole Sage, and Ann Ishimaru
Type of Product: Issues and Answers Report
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Questions: For questions about the content of this Issues and Answers Report, please contact:
Erin Pollard.
 
 
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