Maryland district continues AP testing success

12/18/2008 | Washington Post, The

Despite tripling the number of students taking Advanced Placement exams in eight years, including significant gains among disadvantaged students, Montgomery County, Md., also has maintained its high scores on those exams. "Race should not be a predictor," said Superintendent Jerry D. Weast. "Socioeconomics should not be a predictor. And the teachers of Montgomery County are proving that."

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