AMARILLO – House Bill 5 is a measure that would drastically change the requirements for Texas students to graduate high school and Amarillo Independent School District is already planning for a change. The bill passed with a 145-2 vote Wednesday, March 26 and is now being discussed in Senate committees. “We’re hoping we increase motivation, we let them find their interest and passion, and then tie that in to a college track,” Superintendent Rod Schroder said. Read more about House Bill 5 here: http://www.newschannel10.com/story/21885876/potential-graduation-requirement-changes-could-mean-less-stressShare the news.
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