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AP CSP in the NYT
Earlier this month, The New York Times put a spotlight on the College Board’s new AP Computer Science Principles course.
Massachusetts to Cover Low-Income Students’ Costs for AP Exams in STEM Subjects
The Massachusetts STEM Advisory Council has announced the state will pay for low-income students taking AP Exams in biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, calculus, environmental science, and statistics in May 2017.

New York City Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carmen Fariña rallied students Monday at Queens Vocational and Technical High School ahead of the first-ever citywide SAT School Day for all junior high school students this Wednesday, April 5.


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Michael Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College and trustee of the College Board, announced his institution has been federally recognized as a Work College.
Four Reminders from Dr. Terrell Strayhorn
Dr. Terrell Strayhorn delivered an inspiring keynote at this year's New England Regional Forum in Boston.
Help Low-Income Students Access the Promise of AP
Hear from AP students and Trevor Packer on why AP Exam funding for low-income students is so important, and what you can do to help.
Gwinnett County Public Schools Named AP District of the Year
Georgia’s largest school district was honored by the College Board for being a national leader in expanding access to AP courses while simultaneously improving AP Exam performance.
AP Day Celebrated in the Kentucky, New York, Texas, and Virginia State Legislatures
Throughout the month of February, hundreds of Advanced Placement students, educators, and legislators convened in the state capitols of Kentucky, New York, Texas, and Virginia, to celebrate the power of AP.
Dr. Talithia Williams on the small words that propeled her to success
When Dr. Talithia Williams opened the Southwestern Regional Forum, she identified several seemingly mundane things adults said to her when she was a student. Now that she’s a member of the mathematics faculty at Harvey Mudd College, she attributes much of her success to these words of affirmation.