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October 19, 2010

"Students and Their Needs Come First" - Madison School Board Member Ed Hughes


One in particular -- the addition of more AP classes will certainly not be a detriment in the college application process. However, the most selective colleges generally expect applicants to have taken the AP classes at their high school if they are available.

The idea that this new plan will promote segregation is particularly pernicious and about 180 degrees off the mark as far as the intent of the program goes.

Finally, the point of choosing a curriculum for our schools is to determine the best courses for our students to take, not the courses that teachers most want to teach. Students and their needs come first.

Thanks a lot for taking the time to write.

Ed Hughes, Madison School Board

Posted by Jim Zellmer at October 19, 2010 7:58 PM
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