Indiana to spend millions on advanced placement testing
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --- The state of Indiana is planning on spending millions of dollars to pay for advanced placement testing.
Advanced placement courses let students earn college credit by passing a year-end exam.
But according to the Associated Press, less than half of all high school students who take the exams pass.
Covering the exam could cost more than three million dollars.
Some educators say the increased funding could put unqualified students in AP classes.