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Broadalbin-Perth district gets $465K to offer advanced programs

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The Broadalbin-Perth Central School District has landed a $465,832 grant from the state that will allow it to offer in-house Advanced Placement courses for the first time since 2006. The district will offer six AP courses starting next school year. Students will be able to take the courses for local college credit and in preparation for the AP exam. The classes will be offered to high school students only through a single course taught by ...

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