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Nearly 130 students and 15 teachers from five Massachusetts school districts gathered at the State House in Boston on March 5 to advocate for equal access to Advanced Placement (AP) across the Commonwealth.

James McBride

At the inaugural South Meets Southwest Regional Forum in San Antonio, keynote speaker, James McBride, took the audience through his life journey—from student and musician to author and teacher. Two things he learned along the way: fail fast, fail often; and the power of a teacher’s affirmation to change the trajectory of a student’s life.


In his recent New York Times column, “The Two Codes Your Kids Need to Know,” Tom Friedman challenges and discusses the notion raised by College Board’s Chief of Global Polic

Northeast Regional Forum

The College Board kicked off it’s 2019 Regional Forum circuit at the end of January in Boston, Massachusetts, as educators throughout the northeast gathered to learn about College Board updates, and the

David Coleman, Meg Shadid, Trevor Packer

The class of 2018 AP Program shows AP participation and performance continue to grow in tandem.

Colloquium 2019

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.


AP for All

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.