By: Tyler Silvy
The Greeley Tribune
November 21, 2014
Northridge and Greeley Central high schools have nearly doubled the number of students taking Advanced Placement courses since 2008, and those schools’ gains have come largely thanks to their ability to close the gap with student populations that are traditionally underrepresented in AP courses.
Northridge and Greeley Central combined to boast a 75 percent increase in female students earning qualifying scores on AP math and science tests, and the schools boosted students of color participation by 106 percent, according to The Colorado Education Initiative’s press release.
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