Many US high school students take AP-level courses hoping to apply them to a higher education degree to reduce out-of-pocket tuition costs. However, colleges across America are becoming stricter with awarding AP class credits for college degrees, prompting lawmakers to suggest policies to make the rules more consistent.  Education Week’s Caralee J. Adams reports, “state lawmakers are entering the debate by passing laws requiring public colleges and universities to set uniform policies for recognizing AP, IB, and dual-enrollment courses that students take in high school.”


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