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Good morning, PR pros:

AP Stylebook has prepared for back-to-school season with a topical guide on educational terms:

Have you checked out our recent Topical Guide on education terms?
AP's education beat team co-leader @CaroleFeldman will share highlights in our next #APStyleChat, Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. EDT.

— APStylebook (@APStylebook) August 16, 2019

The guide includes terms such as “magnet schools,” “distance learning,” “SAT” and “hooky,” as well as a reminder that there is no apostrophe in “ABCs.” (There is, however, apostrophes in single-letter grades, so use them if someone gets all A’s, B’s or C’s.)

By the way: It’s back-to-school time, but if you or your children are going back to school, omit the hyphens.

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