Two D51 schools selected for state AP program

Fruita Monument and Grand Junction high schools have been selected along with five other Colorado high schools to participate in a college readiness program next school year.

The Colorado Legacy Foundation will train advanced placement and pre-advanced placement class teachers at the seven schools during the 2010-11 school year in order to help increase student success in advanced placement math, science and English courses. The new program, called Colorado Legacy Skills, will also provide resources and support for advanced placement students, increase the time students spend in advanced placement classes, expand enrollment, and provide incentives for success.

The other schools that will participate in the program are in Denver, Pueblo, Littleton, Northglenn and Colorado Springs.


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