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Local students cash in after success on exams

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Posted: Thursday, September 27, 2012 11:25 am

Bowling Green High School students recently became $17,500 richer by participating in AdvanceKentucky, a program of advanced placement tests.

BGHS students this month received the money for scoring 3 or higher on AP exams for English, math and science, according to Leslie Peek, public relations coordinator for Bowling Green Independent Schools.

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1 comment:

  • coachme93 posted at 9:08 am on Wed, Jan 16, 2013.

    coachme93 Posts: 2

    "Fields said not only do the students benefit – AdvanceKentucky also teaches teachers how to prepare students for the exams."

    I don't understand. Students benefit by getting an education, period, without getting paid for it. Teachers are suppose to teach their subject area, not to any test. Just another program Fields is using to try to prove he is running a good school.