Advanced learners in eighth grade take high-school physics in NYC

10/1/2013 | Daily News (New York)

A Brooklyn, N.Y., school that has a majority enrollment of high-achieving, low-income African-American students offers its most advanced eighth-graders high-school physics and access to the state's end-of-course exam in the subject. Students who pass are eligible to take more advanced physics courses in high school.

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