Eleanor Roosevelt High School students Christian Esplana, 11th grade, and Joelle Carreon, 10th grade, were recently encouraged to take AP courses.

How one high school is closing the AP gap

Research and outreach at Roosevelt High is putting more kids in advanced classes.
Posted In: AP, AP gap, AP tests, high school, Advanced Placement test, diversity, discrimination, minority, AP classes, AP high school, AP data, student data

Find the AP participation rate at your high school

Compare, by race, the percentage of students enrolled in your high school with the percentage enrolled in at least one an AP class.
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Education leaders plan to commit $100 million to identify and enroll more low-income and minority students in advanced high school classes.

Spending $100 million to break down AP class barriers

Minority and low-income students are often overlooked for the toughest classes.
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A representation of an online class featuring students and faculty in a face-to-face setting.

Ivy League schools key into online courses

Accreditors deny Yale University's plan to offer a master's degree program online.
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The Los Angeles Unified School District is facing hurdles on its path to introduce technology into the classroom.

Confusion over computers in the classroom

LAUSD wants its money back for iPads loaded with Pearson software that is sub-par.
Posted In: apple, classrooms, software, LAUSD, ipads, blended learning, education technology, edtech

School lunch's food fight

Critics say rules on nutritional content make the meals unappealing and costly.
Posted In: school lunch, school lunches, school nutrition, nutrition, Education

Florida takes steps to limit standardized testing

A new bill would cap the hours students spend taking state and district exams.
Posted In: standardized tests, common core, Florida, testing, education law