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Dropping AP Classes, Should it be Allowed?

By: Olivia Parks 

AP classes, the cause of stress for many students at Mill Creek. If it’s your first or last AP class, each class is just as tough as the last. 449 more words


News You Should Know: August Round-Up

Our monthly news round-up continues below with August’s highlights.

 Tug-of-war over Common Core in Louisiana. Last week, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) filed a legal suit… 321 more words


Message from the Director: The More Things Remain the Same, the More They Change

Yes, that is exactly what I intended to write, and by “the same” I mean stable.  Visitors to the Belin-Blank Center or the website will notice both subtle and overt changes to the building, the personnel, and the programming.  359 more words

Belin-Blank Center News

Welcome to the Iowa Online AP Academy!

Last week kicked off the official start of Iowa Online AP Academy (IOAPA) courses. IOAPA programming has provided high school students in Iowa with Advanced Placement opportunities since 2001. 238 more words

Advanced Placement

Welcome to Back!

Ohio’s Race to the Top has been extended into a Year 5 No Cost Extension of the original Race to the Top (RttT) grant. A No Cost Extension means  481 more words


Alabama leads US in Advanced Placement gains

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Alabama is leading the nation in improvements on Advanced Placement tests used to qualify high school students for college credits.

Gov. Robert Bentley and State School Superintendent Tommy Bice announced the results of a study in Montgomery on Wednesday. 101 more words