The class of 2018 AP Program shows AP participation and performance continue to grow in tandem.
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Policymakers and college leaders have long touted higher education as the pathway to the middle class, the engine of opportunity that helps drive the American Dream for millions of students.
Helping more students learn at a higher level and earn college credit in high school is an objective of all members of the AP community -– from AP teachers to district and school administrators to college professors. It takes districts to experiment with initiatives and strategies to see how they can expand access and improve student performance at the same time.
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Alexis Hernandez, senior at Thomas Kelly High School, reflected on his Advanced Placement (AP) journey and recalled how he was the only student allowed to enroll in AP courses as a sophomore. That’s no longer the case.
On January 9, 2019, David Coleman appointed Jeremy Singer as President of the College Board. He will continue to report into David Coleman, who will remain CEO of the College Board.
Student scores are never held or cancelled simply because of score gains. Score reviews are triggered by a range of factors that cast doubt on the validity of a score.
In October, The College Board announced the launch of the College Board Opportunity Scholarships during an exclusive segment on Good Morning America.
A recent Politico piece by Kimberly Hefling highlights David Coleman's remarks about higher education opportunities for veterans at a recent conference in Arlington, VA. Read the full piece here on All Access.
The 2018 Legal Landscape: Litigation and Agency Actions Regarding Federal Non-Discrimination Law In Higher Education