AP courses absent from small Iowa districts

Although the number of Iowa schools offering Advanced Placement classes has grown in recent years, many small districts in the state still lack resources for the program. The lack of participation has touched off a debate between educators who believe all schools should offer AP courses and those who believe it is only necessary for districts with a high percentage of college-bound students.

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