DCPS schools put unmotivated students in AP classes. That doesn't work.
from Greater Greater Washington
An influential education columnist is applauding the D.C. Public School system's decision to expand Advanced Placement offerings, arguing that any motivated student should be allowed to take the college-level courses. But many high-poverty schools in Washington, D.C., simply assign students to AP classes even if they're not willing to do the work.
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