Ind. students, teachers to be paid for AP success

More than 30 Indiana schools are participating in a program in which students and their teachers will be rewarded for passing Advanced Placement exams in math, science and English. Under a $7 million grant spread over five years, students who score a 3 or better on an exam will receive $100 -- and so will their teacher. Supporters say the program seeks to model the real world in which students -- or employees -- would receive a bonus for a job well done.

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