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A new study from Stanford University that reviews research on the Advanced Placement program -- including about how much benefit students get from it when they reach college -- is not accurate.

The latest report by the College Board on its Advanced Placement program talks a lot about the success of these courses. Here's a different look at the AP.

A teacher who taught AP government questions whether all AP courses really make high school students more prepared for college than they would have been if they took other courses.