Mass. school district ramps up interest in AP science, math courses

02/7/2013 | Sun (Lowell, Mass.), The

School officials in Billerica, Mass., say they are launching a new Advanced Placement program to increase access for all students to high-level science, technology, engineering and math courses and create a pipeline to college- and career-related STEM fields. However, a secondary goal is to bring more female and minority students into the AP STEM program's "diversified" classes.

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