Denver Post: Pilot high schools post AP test gains in Legacy initiative
Michaela Taylor had never taken an Advanced Placement course — a rigorous class that has become hard currency of college admissions — until she signed up for four of them during her recently completed junior year at Widefield High School in Colorado Springs.
This year, she enrolled in five.
That’s the sort of school culture change that the Colorado Legacy Foundation has been aiming for with its statewide version of a national initiative to promote AP to a more expansive and diverse student population.
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