High school students could soon be required to take four years of math. Governor Quinn has approved a plan which allows a special task force to further study the four-year requirement. Bill sponsor Senator Michael Frerichs says employers in Dolton and Champaign told him they're having trouble finding people who understand basic math. Lieutenant Governor Sheila Simon also backs the idea of more math in High School. She says most of the community colleges across the state say students aren't being adequately prepared to take collegiate level math courses.