Indiana schools reach AP goals

By: NewsCenter 16 Staff Email
By: NewsCenter 16 Staff Email

More Indiana schools than ever are reaching the state's goal of passing AP exams.

Superintendent Dr. Tony Bennett set a goal of a 25% pass rate when he took office. This year, 25 schools reached the goal, compared to eight schools in 2008.

Signature School in Evansville had the highest pass rate in Indiana history. 90% of graduates received a passing score.

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