Report sheds light on decade of data on AP classes, exams

02/11/2014 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

The College Board reports the number of U.S. public-school students taking Advanced Placement classes has almost doubled during the past decade, and in 2013, 3.2 million AP exams were taken by students. In a report released Tuesday, however, results show a smaller percentage of students are earning a 3 or higher score on the exam -- with 57% of AP tests with the score in 2013, compared with 61% with that score 10 years ago.

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