Indiana schools chief urges students to take more rigorous courses

Indiana schools chief Tony Bennett is setting a goal that at least 25% of students in the state pass at least one Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate exam, or earn at least three early-college credits, by the time they graduate high school. Bennett says many students are not taking advantage of more rigorous academic courses, and state data show only 12 Indiana schools would meet the new standard.

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