In a school year when almost everything is different due to the impact of the coronavirus, Kentucky students who take Advanced Placement courses to earn college credit have one more new experience facing them.
The College Board is allowing students to take AP exams this year from home, on a computer, a tablet or a mobile phone.
Students will log in for a specific AP subject exam, on the same day, at the same time nationwide.
Owensboro High School English teacher Daniel Brown has about 130 students in several courses, with about 60 of those in his AP Literature and Composition classes.
With no in-person classes in Kentucky for the remainder of the academic year, Brown said he and his AP students are making the most of technology to prepare for the AP Literature exam on May 13.