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It's All on Him

If you have attended an American high school, then you’ve probably read the book Othello by Shakespeare. It’s a typical Shakespearean tragedy, with a tragic hero, antagonist, and all. 479 more words

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Advanced Placement: English Literature and Composition; English Language and Composition

Advanced Placement courses can be difficult for the student and the teacher.  These resources may help the new or veteran teacher in the classroom.  Click on the underlined title to view the website. 558 more words

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Middle School IOAPA and High School Credit

Advanced coursework is extremely beneficial for high ability students at all levels. At the secondary level, though, concerns about earning credits and grades may influence the decision to offer or take appropriately challenging coursework. 403 more words

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Stereotypes

I am a Korean girl.

What’s the first thing you picture and think of?

Probably some random teenager with black hair and glasses that is really good at math. 411 more words

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Comparing AP and Other College Credit Opportunities

Periodically, we review Iowa students’ options for earning college credit. This post is an adaptation of an earlier post from September 2014.

We have discussed some of the differences between AP and other ways to earn college credit… 626 more words

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Advanced Placement (AP)

Background: Advanced Placement (AP) courses are college-level classes offered to high school students. The College Board administers AP exams every May, and students receiving scores of 3, 4, or 5 on the exams can receive credit at most colleges and universities. 827 more words

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Resources for AP Students

One benefit of Advanced Placement courses is that there are plenty of resources specifically designed to align with the course content. We rounded up several of those resources for students to support their AP experience. 215 more words

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