It's not yet official, but the Lodi Unified School District Board of Trustees are enthusiastic about a measure to widen student course options on the road to high school graduation.
Currently, high schoolers are required to complete one year of a visual or performing arts class or one year of a foreign language to graduate. Assembly Bill 1330 allows school districts the opportunity to amend that list of options to include an approved career and technical education course.
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