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Do high school dual-enrollment/AP classes push kids too far ahead in college?

2 years agoLifestyle / Parenting : MOMania

Across the country students will be graduating from high school with enough college credits for an associate’s degree or to be sophomores or juniors their first year in actual college. Dual-enrollment and AP classes have grown in popularity during the last 20 years and enable high school students to graduate with college half-finished but I’m wondering if this is truly a good thing.
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