Teachers prep to meet student demand for AP classes

As Advanced Placement tests begin across the country this week, a plan to offer at least eight AP classes in each of Maryland's Prince George's County's 22 high schools has the College Board offering the district's teachers workshops on teaching AP courses. Meanwhile, a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette survey found colleges still differ greatly on how many credits are offered for high AP test scores.

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