High school students in Minnesota are at risk of losing college-level classes due to new teaching requirements


AP-classesMinnesota high school students are at risk of losing access to college-level classes due to new requirements that their teachers have a master's degree or at least graduate-level credits in those subjects.

A growing number of students rely on dual-credit classes to earn college credits to cut their future higher education costs. But hundreds of high school educators could soon be barred from teaching the classes, forcing students to take courses at local colleges or universities,...

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