California Department of Education Receives $10.8 Million Grant to Cover AP Exam Fees for Low-Income

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The California Department of Education was awarded a $10.8 million federal grant from the US Department of Education's Test Fee Program.


The grant will cover the costs of Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) registration fees for more than 129,000 students who couldn't afford to take the tests. Qualified students will have to contribute $5 for each test and the state will pay the rest, under grant terms.


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