13
Sep

The Tennessee Department of Education, in partnership with the Niswonger Foundation, on Monday announced the launch of the state’s new AP Access for ALL program, which is providing online advanced placement courses this school year for nearly 1,200 high school students representing 102 school districts across Tennessee.

AP Access for ALL is a grant program created by the Tennessee Department of Education and administered by its partner the Niswonger Foundation to provide students across the state with access to virtual AP courses, eliminating financial barriers and supporting student enrollment in AP coursework not currently offered at their home high school.

Read more at The Chattanoogan.