(WBIR)— High school students in Tennessee will soon have more chances to earn college credit after education leaders announced a new program.

It will be called the Advanced Placement Access for All program and the Tennessee Department of Education announced Tuesday that the Niswonger Foundation will develop and support it. Through the program, students will be able to access AP courses virtually.

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