Why AP classes are so important for children

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We are more than halfway through the school year, but it's now time to think about AP, or advanced placement, classes.

AP courses are taught in high school and allow students to earn college credits by taking an exam at the end of the year.

Students who take the courses develop strong academic, critical thinking and study skills.

Learn more in Tuesday's Mommy Matters.

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