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Taking challenging coursework is an important step on the road to college and career success, but many African American, Latino, and Native American students with the potential to do well in AP courses aren't enrolling. Through AP All In we're working with educators to ensure 100% of these students tap into their potential. Learn more: http://spr.ly/61840jqgCollege Boardprofessionals.collegeboard.comAll In is the College Board's effort to support educators in removing barriers facing high-performing students of color and increase their participation in AP.
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