AP classes receive more funding

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ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – More students in New Mexico will be able to take college courses in high school.

The national non-profit group College Board is giving New Mexico $733,000 for Advanced Placement classes.

The college-level courses give students the chance to earn college credits in high school.

The governor says it will give more low-income and minority students a chance to get into the program.

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