Students and educators at Aberdeen and Havre de Grace high schools soon will have access to a grant-funded program to push higher education and consistency in curriculum for students in military families.
Harford County Public Schools on Monday will unveil the Advanced Placement Training and Incentive Program (APTIP), which is administered through the National Mathematics and Science Initiative (NMSI) and the Initiative for Military Families (IMF).
APTIP aims "to increase the number of students involved in math, science and English Advanced Placement (AP) courses," according to a news release from Harford County Public Schools.
The release notes that the program is set up in four tiers: teacher support, student support, incentive awards and program management.
Patch will have more on this opportunity for local students following Monday's introduction.
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