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Springfield students celebrate first AP Day

Springfield students celebrate first AP Day
Posted on 03/28/2019
Students from Central High School and Springfield Honors Academy were amongst nearly 130 students and 15 teachers from five Massachusetts school districts gathered at the State House in Boston recently to advocate for equal access to Advanced Placement (AP) across the Commonwealth.

The students from Springfield Public Schools, Agawam, Ayer-Shirley, Everett and Ludlow, met with Lt. Governor Karyn Polito and 28 members of the Massachusetts House of Representatives and Senate, sharing their personal experiences with AP and urging lawmakers to provide funding for AP Exams for low-income students. Students also discussed their desire for Massachusetts to establish a uniform AP credit policy that awards college credit for exam scores of 3 or higher.
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