While more high school students are taking the Advanced Placement exams -- and succeeding on them -- most students who should be taking the exams aren't, the Huffington Post reports. More than 60 percent of students considered to have AP potential didn't take the exam last year, even though their PSAT scores showed they could perform well on one, according to a College Board report released last week. Overall, black, Latino and Native American students were less likely to take AP exams than their white and Asian counterparts. "AP potential" as defined by the College Board is a...

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