A program at three Colorado Springs-area high schools has boosted student participation on Advanced Placement exams and shows that students can rise to the challenge of rigorous academic programs, officials of the Colorado Legacy Foundation said today. Foundation officials announced the numbers of students participating in AP the number of qualifying exam scores rose significantly at Widefield, Mesa Ridge and Fountain-Fort Carson high schools last school year because of a program that encourages more students to take AP classes, provides training for teachers and coaching for students, and pays part of exam costs. The effort is particularly focused on the kinds of students who might not otherwise take the classes.
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