CHEYENNE, Wyoming — The College Board which tracks student performance says more Wyoming public school students are succeeding on advanced exams than they were a decade ago.
The board says the number of graduates getting college credits for their scores on Advanced Placement exams in high school has risen from 361 to 519 since 2003. The number of students taking the exams has risen from 613 to 884.
The College Board is a not-for-profit organization created to expand access to higher education. It also makes recommendations to public schools on how to increase student performance.
College Board Report: http://apreport.collegeboard.org/