Public K-12 schools and higher education could see sweeping curriculum changes as lawmakers in Annapolis consider a bill aimed at bolstering the number of college graduates in the state, The Diamondback reports. The comprehensive proposal would require high school students to take four years of math, as well as assessing high schoolers to find those in need of extensive remedial classes in college, among other measures. The bill received widespread support from lawmakers and higher education officials for its core mission, but did raise questions in a March committee meeting…

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