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December 2009

U.S. News’ 2009 America’s Best High Schools

U.S. News and World Report  recently published their “America’s Best High Schools” and as predicted, it is ruffling  a few feathers as demonstrated by the comments on their website.  Both this ranking and the Newsweek ranking use a similar formula. Newsweek’s rankings are determined by taking the number of AP and/or IB exams administered divided by […]

AP and IB Scheduling Conflicts

There are many schools in the US that have both large Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs.  These schools have the unique problem of working through scheduling exam conflicts between the two programs. The AP Program has an alternate testing schedule in place while the IB programme does not.  For this reason, most schools with […]