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Spreading the Advanced Placement Gospel to Nurture Scientists and Engineers

Even before the first day of class in August, Maura Fritzley had second thoughts about taking Advanced Placement physics.
Although she got good grades in a mainstream physics class, Ms. Fritzley, an 18-year-old senior at Brashear High School here, had no intention of becoming a physicist, and A.P. classes, after all, are hard.
She decided she wanted to drop it, then changed her mind and stayed. And she struggled, a lot.
A.P. physics proved far more difficult than the earlier class.

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