Should your child take an AP course?

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February and March are critical months for high school students choosing classes for the next school year.
Research shows that access to challenging course work in high school, such as Advanced Placement® (AP®), is essential to preparing students for success in college and the workplace.
John Williamson, the College Board’s executive director of Advanced Placement, spoke with FOX43 about how to evaluate if Advanced Placement classes are right for your student.

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