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AP equity and access for all! Every student, no matter who they are, should have the opportunity to take AP classes and have access to support that ensures their success.
Learn how teachers can prepare students for the new digital SAT test, including what is changing, teaching strategies, and resources to help increase success.
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.
Second of a two-part series In our last blog post, we looked at the impact—if any—on high school students who take AP courses, since some colleges no longer require SAT or ACT test scores for admissions. Let’s take a deeper dive into this topic. Specifically, let’s look at what purpose AP courses serve if higher […]
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 […]