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Hall superintendent proposes new math, English courses for graduates
Will Schofield
Hall County Superintendent Will Schofield
Will Schofield, Hall County Schools superintendent, said Tuesday the state school board should allow for postsecondary option courses in math and English for students who likely will graduate from high school but have little to no chance to pass entrance tests for college or technical schools. He also said Hall County would develop the needed course materials and have them online and available for the entire state by June 15 — and he asked for $1 million from the state to provide that. Schofield said after his presentation that Hall County has the curriculum for the program.