GOP legislators in Oklahoma take aim at exceptional students

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"Advanced Placement courses -- which local school districts are not required to teach -- are certified by the College Board, a private entity, which also oversees their final exams. The courses are rigorous and enable high school students to earn college credit. In addition, college admissions offices tend to favor applications that include Advanced Placement courses.
Fisher's bill passed House Common Education Committee in a 11-4 vote, with Republicans voting in favor and Democrats opposed."

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