Should all students have access to AP courses?

10/10/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A growing number of schools are opening college-track courses to all students, a move driven by research showing students benefit from the rigor of Advanced Placement courses. Some critics question whether the expanded enrollment in AP courses is leading to more exam failures and causing teachers to make the courses less challenging.

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