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What we are reading/watching ...
- Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools announces new, expanded courses, including full-credit African American studies course, more Advanced Placement opportunities - By Fran Daniel, Nov 19, 2019, Winston-Salem Journal
- How one Iowa high school is teaching more students in Advanced Placement classes - By Molly Duffy, October 30, 2019, The Gazette
- Why has AP succeeded when so many other reforms have failed? - By Chester E. Finn, Jr., Fordham Institute, 9.18.2019
- E(RACE)ING INEQUITIES, The State of Racial Equity in North Carolina Public Schools - By Nicholas P. Triplett, PH.D | James E. Ford, Report 2019, CREED
- UNC System - Press release on uniform AP credit policy
- Waltham High School Free AP Boot Camp Aims To Help Diversify - By Jenna Fisher, May 29, 2019, Patch
- Virtual Public Schools giving Bladen students an edge up - By Emily M. Williams, May 14, 2019, Bladen Journal News
- New APSI scholarship process information webinar for district-level contacts (webinar begins at the 35 second mark)
- Park City schools make large strides to close the opportunity gap - By Carolyn Webber Alder, April 27, 2019, ParkRecord.com
- North Carolina's Leaky Education Pipeline - Series from EdNC
- The Opportunity Myth - TNTP, 2018
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"It is the intent of the State of North Carolina to enhance accessibility and encourage students to enroll in and successfully complete more rigorous advanced courses to enable success in post-secondary education for all students. The North Carolina State Board of Education shall seek a partner to form the North Carolina Advanced Placement Partnership, hereinafter referred to as Partnership, to assist in improving college readiness of secondary students and to assist secondary schools to ensure that students have access to high-quality, rigorous academics with a focus on access to Advanced Placement courses (G.S. 115C-174.26).”