May 16, 2017
For the 2017-2018 school year, Mingus Union High School will implement a zero-period to run its AP Calculus class. “We were able to start the class earlier in the day to not impact class sizes of the other math classes,” says Dr. Jack Keegan, right, the school district’s interim superintendent. (Photo by Bill Helm)
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