It's broken down into five separate endorsements.
The five plans are science, technology, engineering and math, or "stem," business and industry, public services, arts and humanities and multidisciplinary studies.
He says he's a fan of the new plans.
He tells us he likes that students have more of a choice on the classes they take.
For example, if a student chooses "stem," they might have to take more math and science courses than a student who chooses a different endorsement.
Some parents we spoke with say they can see why the new endorsements might not be such a good idea for some students.
She tells us all current ninth and tenth graders will have a choice on whether they want to choose a specific focus.
All current eighth graders will have to select one.
These are just a few of the changes the TEA approved.
AISD says they'll meet with students and parents later this month to explain them all before next school year.
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