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Being Refused the AP Tests
Our homeschooling children were told they could take the AP tests at our local high school, but were then informed that it goes against their policy (no such policy exhists), three days before the tests started. Our children may potentially miss the opportunity entirely this year if we cannot get a late exam. This is a scary precedence. Has anyone else had a public school refuse to test your homeschooling children?13 replies
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