MONTGOMERY – Governor Bob Riley, State School Superintendent Dr. Joe Morton and educators will announce new national test results on Monday that show Alabama is making incredible progress in education. On Monday, the College Board will release results showing how each states’ students did on Advanced Placement tests. At 10 a.m. on Monday, the Governor and Dr. Morton will join educators to discuss those results and how Alabama’s students performed on those tests compared to the nation.
The state has put a strong emphasis on expanding Advanced Placement coursework and improving AP test scores during the past few years. The results, which will be announced on Monday, are very impressive.
What: Governor Riley, Dr. Morton, educators announce Alabama’s Advanced Placement test results and how those results compare to the rest of the nation
When: Monday, September 13 at 10:00 a.m.
Where: Old House Chamber at the State Capitol
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