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Learn more about upcoming changes to AP courses and exams.


Now Accepting Applications

Join over 12,000 college faculty members and AP teachers at the 2015 AP Exam Reading.

 
New Resources for AP Art History and AP European History

Visit Advances in AP and the AP Course Audit website to access new resources for the AP Art History and AP European history redesigns, including course and exam descriptions and resources to help teachers develop their syllabi.

AP Physics 1 and 2 Lab Manual
AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2 Inquiry-Based Lab Investigations is now available, featuring 16 lab investigations and additional resources.

Updated and revised courses taking effect in 2016-17
Learn more about upcoming changes to AP World History and AP Calculus.

New Resources for U.S. History
AP U.S. History teachers can now access a powerful, free system to help them develop students' analytic writing skills. Visit the AP U.S. History Professional Development page for more information.

Share AP
Build participation in your AP program with outreach materials for students and parents in English and Spanish.

The College Board Alignment to California's LCAP
The College Board is partnering with districts across California to develop Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs) that will close the achievement gap and deliver opportunity to all students in the state.

AP Chemistry Webcast
An on-demand, self-paced webcast exploring photoelectron spectroscopy (PES), a topic included in the redesigned AP Chemistry course, is now available from the course home page.

AP Spanish Language and Culture Webcast
A recorded webcast that offers strategies for teaching the redesigned AP Spanish Language and Culture course is now available from the course home page.

 
Nine Teachers Leading the Technology Revolution
This report, in partnership with Phi Delta Kappa International and the National Writing Project, profiles the work of nine dedicated teachers using technology to enhance student engagement across diverse subject and content areas.

Teachers Are the Center of Education: Profiles of Eight Teachers
This new report, created in partnership with Phi Delta Kappa International, documents a day in the life of eight teachers.  Each of their stories highlights the critical importance of teachers and salutes their great work.



 

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