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On Tuesday Martha Layne Collins High School was tabbed as one of 16 new schools that will join the AdvanceKentucky program, which implements Advance Placement teacher training and incentive programs.
AdvanceKentucky is funded by a $13.2 million grant from the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI).
"Being apart of the grant allows us to offer more AP classes to students and grow the program throughout the district," said Kerry Fannin, the district's assistant superintendent for student achievement.
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