Lincoln is working to close the race and class gap in AP classes

School systems have historically discriminated against minorities (students of color and low-income students)…these students generally don’t receive the same opportunities for a higher-level education as White, Asian, and higher-income students, further perpetuating the racism and classism that exists in the school system.

This systematic oppression affects all school systems, and Lincoln is no different. However, an exciting new step is being taken to close the race and class gap here at Lincoln with a new program called [Action For Equity, run by] Equal Opportunity Schools, or EOS. The program is meant to encourage black and brown students to join AP classes and to support their success in these classes.

Read more on the Lincoln Log Newspaper