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Our economy has evolved. The skills necessary to succeed in the workforce and in college have converged. California’s schools must rise to the challenge and provide all students with the skills they’ll need in order to have real postsecondary choices. That means they’ll need to learn Algebra I and II, geometry, and data analysis and statistics. They’ll also need strong reading, writing, comprehension and reasoning. More and more, it means foreign language too. And if students want to go to one of California’s four-year public colleges and universities, it means a sequence of courses called the A-G Curriculum.

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Published: April 2, 2004

College and Career