How to raise minority participation in Advanced Placement
My colleague Nelson Hernandez reports on the extraordinary progress Montgomery County has made raising both participation and success in college-level courses in high school. Black and Hispanic students in the county are also doing significantly better on AP tests than minority students in the rest of the state.
| December 1, 2009; 4:03 PM ET
Categories: Jay on the Web | Tags: Advanced Placement, Montgomery County
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