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Some say the AP program inhibits top teachers and students from really exploring the subject matter.
Six schools in Connecticut are participating in the three-year pilot study.
Toxic gases and the threat of quakes caused lengthy construction delays.
Akron chief hopes to lease sewage system and use the $200 million to fund college scholarships.
Are young students responsible enough for laptop computers?
School officials say adding double Dutch, advanced jump rope, involves more kids in sports.
These devices help students in the library, classroom, and dorm.
New policy at top-ranked high school requires kids keep a B average.
Asian-Americans will be the majority of Thomas Jefferson's freshman class this fall.
Many think that this "dual enrollment" will help them get into a selective college.