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Gov. James E. Doyle (D) • Jan. 23

The graduation requirements for high school students should include three years of math and three years of science, Gov. Doyle said in his annual address, urging lawmakers to pass such a measure. Wisconsin is one of only five states that let students graduate with only two years in each of those subjects. The governor also said he plans to propose a salary increase for teachers in his 2007-09 biennial budget, and will call for spending $15 million on research-based strategies for improving education in Milwaukee public schools.

Vol. 27, Issue 21, Page 18

Published in Print: January 30, 2008, as Wisconsin

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