Forty out of 50 states lack a technology component in their high school graduation requirements, according to a report issued by the Milken Exchange on Education Technology last August. With an ever-increasing demand for technologically skilled workers in industries across the board, some experts wonder why this is so.

Of the ten states with a technology graduation requirement, Delaware, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Texas all require students to take technology coursework. Alabama, Mississippi, and North Carolina require such coursework only if students fail to pass a computer skills test or to...

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