EdNews Colorado: Thursday Churn – Ten Schools Selected
Ten Colorado high schools will participate in the 2012-13 inaugural year of a state program to improve college readiness.
The schools, located across the state, were named Wednesday as participants in the Colorado Legacy Schools Initiative, which will focus on dramatically improving the number and diversity of students who enroll in Advanced Placement coursework and receive qualifying scores on their exams.
The initiative is funded through a $10.5 million investment from the National Math and Science Initiative. It will include teacher training and incentives for students and teachers.
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