Oklahoma teacher, students spend summer doing calculus prep
August 6, 2017
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An East Central High School teacher is volunteering his time over the summer to give his 11th- and 12th-graders a head start in advanced math courses that enable them to earn college credit in high school.
David Lanning has worked two hours three days a week this summer with about 30 students who will be taking Advanced Placement, or AP, calculus courses this school year, which begins Aug. 21. Students may earn college credit based on their scores on the AP exams for those courses.
"It is literally at a college pace," Lanning said of AP Calculus BC, which he said is es...