6/28/2007

Black students in suburban D.C.-area high schools are far more successful in Advanced Placement tests than most other black students nationwide, according to a Washington Post analysis. "Eight years ago, we started knocking down barriers and eliminating prerequisites so more African American students could enroll in rigorous AP courses," said Montgomery County superintendent Jerry D. Weast. "It is the best way to prepare kids for success in college."

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