(1) Each school district, 1community college, and state university may conduct advanced placement instruction within dual enrollment courses. Each joint dual enrollment and advanced placement course shall be incorporated within and subject to the provisions of the district interinstitutional articulation agreement pursuant to s. 1007.235. Such agreement shall certify that each joint dual enrollment and advanced placement course integrates, at a minimum, the course structure recommended by the College Board and the structure that corresponds to the common course number. (2) Each student enrolled in a joint dual enrollment and advanced placement course may be funded pursuant to either the dual enrollment or advanced placement formula specified in s. 1011.62; however, no student shall be funded through both programs for enrollment in a course provided through this section. The district school board reporting enrollments for such courses shall utilize the funding formula that more closely approximates the cost of conducting the course. No student shall be reported for advanced placement funding who fails to meet the examination requirement for such funding.
(3) Postsecondary credit for student completion of a joint dual enrollment and advanced placement course shall be awarded, based on the stated preference of the student, as either dual enrollment or advanced placement credit; however, an award of advanced placement credit shall be limited to students who score a minimum of 3, on a 5-point scale, on the Advanced Placement Examination. No student shall claim double credit based on the completion of a single joint dual enrollment and advanced placement course, nor shall any student enrolled pursuant to this section be required to complete the Advanced Placement Examination.