Wisconsin high school removes obstacles to AP enrollment

03/12/2010 | Green Bay Press-Gazette (Wis.)

Educators at Wisconsin's Bay Port High School say they have more than doubled enrollment in Advanced Placement classes in part by eliminating prerequisites for the courses and allowing sophomores to enroll. The school's AP program coordinator says the goal is for every student who goes on to a four-year college to have taken at least one AP course.

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