Ala. district may highlight AP achievement on diplomas

03/11/2013 | AL.com (Alabama)

Madison City Schools district in Alabama is considering awarding the new "Madison Seal of Academic Distinction" on the high-school diplomas of students who take a minimum of Advanced Placement classes. The proposal, made by the district's superintendent, Dee Fowler, seeks to encourage more students to pursue AP courses. If approved by the school board, the incentive program would be phased in over three years, with as many as three AP credits required for 2016 graduates.

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