The District
D.C. public school students took three times as many college-level tests this year on average as they did a decade ago, part of a trend that is making the senior year of high school comparable to the freshman year of college at many Washington area schools. But in the District, the rise of the Ad...
 
Montgomery: College-Level Tests Grow Fourfold in A Decade: County Is Part of Trend Reshaping Senior Year (Post, December 11, 2008)
 
Loudoun: AP and IB Becoming The Norm For Seniors: Loudoun, Fauquier Fare Well on Index (Post, December 11, 2008)
 
Pr. George's Doubles Its College-Level Test Takers: But Passing Rates Low In Many County Schools (Post, December 11, 2008)
 
Prince William: County's College-Level Tests Double in a Decade: Index Shows a Changing Senior Year (Post, December 11, 2008)
 
Southern Maryland: College-Level Tests Tripled in Past Decade: S.Md. Students Part of National Trend (Post, December 11, 2008)
 
Maryland: Schools' College-Level Tests Tripled in Past Decade (Post, December 11, 2008)
 
Northern Virginia: Movement To AP and IB Continues: Arlington, Alexandria Rate Well on Index (Post, December 11, 2008)
 
Northern Virginia: College-Level Testing Is Up Sharply In Region: Exams Taken Triple In Fairfax, Falls Church (Post, December 11, 2008)
 

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