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Schools across the country will soon offer new advanced placement African American studies, including one Memphis-Shelby County school.

These AP classes at White Station High School will give students a chance to learn a curriculum shaped by professors from college and universities.

In education matters, we were live with James Smith, the advanced placement manager for MSCS, to discuss what this means for the district and White Station High.