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1District of ColumbiaMathChange from Running on Empty (RoE)
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2GeorgiaMath, ScienceMath added after release of RoE (2015-16 school year)
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3IndianaMathAdded after release of RoE
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4North CarolinaMathNo change
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5OklahomaMath, Language other than EnglishFixed in 4/2014 to broaden how it counts
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6OregonMath, ScienceWas Math in RoE, Science is new since RoE, unclear when change was made
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7Rhode IslandMath, ScienceWas Math in RoE, Science is new since RoE, unclear when change was made
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8TexasMath, Language other than EnglishWas Math in RoE, the other "language other than English" is new based on the 2013 legislative session. Whether it can count as a science as well is still in flux.
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9UtahMath, ScienceChange from RoE unclear whether this is new or missed data while researching RoE
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10VermontMathChange from RoE unclear whether this is new or missed data while researching RoE (There was no information on websites, this came from direct contact with VT DoEd.)
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11MichiganMath, ScienceFound policy after RoE
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12VirginiaMath, ScienceWas Math in RoE, Science is new added in Q1 of 2014
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Start of 2013
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13WashingtonMath, ScienceAdded after release of RoE
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14TennesseeMathAdded in July 2013
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15WisconsinMathlegislation signed 12/12/13
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16AlabamaMathstate board adopted on 12/13/13
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17MarylandMath, Technology Educationstate board adopted emergency regs on 12/16/13, Technology Education was added (06/05/2015)
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Start of 2014
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18IdahoMath, Sciencerule passed legislature, will be written in official rulebook at end of session (3/21/14)
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19KentuckyMathLocal control state that added a public FAQ explicitly listing CS as able to count as a mathematics credit
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20ArizonaMathLegislation signed 4/22/14
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21Florida*Math, Science*Note -- requires industry certification link
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22IllinoisMathLegislation enacted 6/14
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23OhioMathLegislation signed on 6/16, DOE clarifing for all students
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24California*Math*Permissive legislation that requires UCOP "c" status to go with it. Legislation passed
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25New YorkMath, ScienceDOE
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Start of 2015
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26MinnesotaMathLegislation (part of large education omnibus bill)
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27ArkansasMath & ScienceLegislation + regulatory action
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28West VirginiaMathState Board of Education
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29New JerseyMath & ScienceLegislation passed
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30ColoradoMath & ScienceLocal control state that passed legislation encouraging school districts to count CS as math or science
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Start of 2016
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31LouisianaMathState Board of Education changed policy in April 2016
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32PennsylvaniaMath & ScienceLegislation signed 6/21/2016, local control state
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33New HampshireMathGovernor's STEM Task Force recommended in 2016, HB 533 increased math graduation requirements
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34North DakotaMathLegislation signed 3/13/17
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MissouriMathWe removed Missouri from the "math" list in late 2015. 2009 research showed that CS could count as a mathematics credit (it was one of the original Running on Empty states), but the documents have since be removed. The Department also clarified that CS cannont count as math in the state.
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