Education officials pushing more Oklahoma schools to offer elective math course

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Oct 22, 12:00 AM

Education officials pushing more Oklahoma schools to offer elective math course

Officials say Oklahoma families spend an estimated $22 million-a-year for remedial courses. The remedial classes are taken in college to help students build their skills before taking college-level courses. However, students do not receive college credit for those courses. Now, education officials are encouraging students to take a closer look at a fourth-year high school elective.

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