Why AP and IB Schools Soar
Why AP and IB Schools Soar: "It seemed obvious to them. If the university was not allowed to admit low-income students who could not compete academically with advantaged middle class applicants, then the only alternative was to create public schools that would give those low-income and minority students the encouragement, good teaching and extra time they needed to make them just as ready for college as students from the better neighborhoods. [...] It debuts at No. 9 in the country, one of the highest first appearances ever."