2 in 5 High Schools Don’t Offer Physics, Analysis Finds

I find this hard to believe that less than 17% of the public schools in Texas offer Physics as it continues to be part of the graduation plans in Texas through 2017. Physics continues to be a requirement for students graduating in 2017 on the Texas Recommended and Distinguished Graduation Plans. Students who decide to graduate on the Foundation Plan plus endorsements are not required to take Physics unless they are on the STEM endorsement plan.

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