Districts have yet to spend 93 percent of the $122 billion available to them through ESSER Funding. Learn how to use these funds to support your AP program.
First of a two-part series: Should high school students still take college-level courses? Although many colleges are making the submission of SAT or ACT scores optional, there is no shortage of education experts who continue to tout the importance of high school AP classes. Paula Payton, Assistant Director of Admissions at Claflin University in South […]
Many campuses are familiar with the College Board®’s AP Classroom product, which provides free resources to AP teachers and their students. AP Classroom is a great tool, and it is even better when used in conjunction with an additional resource such as UWorld’s Learning Tools for AP Courses.
Learn 5 key suggestions for AP teacher effectiveness for next year that administrators should consider for moving forward.
This blog discusses how to reflect and regroup so you can look deeply at your teaching and adapt to how AP students learn.
Ensuring equity and access in AP® remains a daunting challenge for high school administrators across the nation. In this article, learn solutions and planning steps to initiate change.
For the most part, students who take AP courses are high achievers and believe they must pass the exam. But is that any indication they will pass?