Why promising minority students aren’t signing up for AP exams

By The Christian Science Monitor
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 22:58 EDT
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Why promising minority students aren't signing up for AP exams

The number of high school students passing at least one Advanced Placement (AP) exam is up overall this year, but students from minority groups still lag behind their white peers, particularly in math and science. Among members of the class of 2012, more than 32.4 percent (950,000 students) took at…

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