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Texas House Bill 5 - Lessens Graduation Requirements

House Bill 5 was overwhelmingly approved today by a vote of 14-1. House Bill 5 is a legislative overhaul aimed at giving students, particularly those not headed to college, more flexibility to take courses of their choosing.

Lawmakers scrapped the rigid “4x4” graduation plan — four years each of math, science, English and social studies — and created several new specialized pathways to graduation called endorsements. The new options become effective next fall.