State to Offer $200 for Students in AP Classes

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0  Updated at 11:35 am, April 3rd, 2014 By: Managing Editor
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(BOISE, ID) – The Idaho Department of Education has announced that high school juniors and seniors enrolled in dual-credit AP classes will have access to up to $200 a year in funding. Officials say the money will be available primarily to pay for college-level credits and exams starting next year. The department doesn’t have a name for the program just yet, but suggestions can be made by visiting www.sde.idaho.gov by April 25.

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