school newsIndiana’s Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program announced the fourth cohort of nine Indiana public high schools selected to implement its model for growing math, science and English Advanced Placement courses which prepare students for success in colleges and careers. Argos High School in Marshall County is the only local school that will adopt the comprehensive program of teacher training and support for the 2016-2017 school year.

Joining the 10 public high schools who have participated in AP-TIP IN’s third cohort for the previous two years, the schools announced are projected to increase the number of scores on the AP exams which demonstrate college readiness. The nationally recognized AP-TIP IN initiative invests in teachers to maximize students’ achievement in “qualifying scores.”  Thus students can earn college credit as they prepare for tomorrow’s economy driven by science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills.

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