Top N.Y. school mulls scrapping AP courses

10/4/2006 | NYTimes.com

Scarsdale High School, renowned for the caliber of its students, may replace its Advanced Placement offerings with "accelerated" classes to give teachers more curriculum flexibility and ease the pressure on students. Some parents worry that such a switch could hurt their children's college-admission prospects.

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