Educators split over merits of offering AP courses to ninth- and 10th-graders

Over the past eight years, the number of students taking Advanced Placement classes in their freshman and sophomore years has risen dramatically, but some teachers question if high-schoolers have the analytical skills necessary for college work. Many students say the courses, often taught by the schools' best teachers, are more interesting than regular classes.

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