LANSING (WKZO) -- New laws are now in place allowing school districts to have flexibility to enhance career technical education programs. Governor Snyder signed the bills Wednesday at Dakota High School in Macomb. One of the new laws will allow high school students to fulfill the algebra two requirement by completing a career and technical program with the material embedded into the lessons.
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