Calif. high school considers plan to make advanced English classes more accessible

Arcadia High School in California is considering a proposal to move some advanced English classes to make them more accessible and give students a greater chance of enrolling in college. Under one proposal -- opposed by some students -- Advanced Placement English for juniors would be moved to a class for seniors and advanced junior students would enroll in a general English class.

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