Top Maryland school on probation after AP cheating accusations

08/23/2007 | Sun (Baltimore), The · Washington Post, The

A top Annapolis-area high school will be banned from offering Advanced Placement exams if any further cheating is uncovered, school officials said. The College Board, which produces the tests, said that during a test in May, a student allegedly took an exam booklet with her into a bathroom, and, along with two other students, consulted a review manual for answers.

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