N. Va. Schools Score High in Giving College-Level Tests

Once again many of the county's schools are near the top of the Washington Post's annual Challenge Index ranking of local high schools. That's attributable in part to the policy the Northern Virginia school systems have adopted of requiring and paying for college level tests for students in their Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate classes. Read all about it in today's Fairfax Extra.

By Focus on Fairfax |  December 13, 2007; 1:33 PM ET  | Category:  Schools
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