Thursday, October 17, 2019
Tags Advanced Placement

Tag: Advanced Placement

AP courses, AdvanceKentucky spell success for Kentucky students

Kentucky students who enroll in Advanced Placement courses in high school are better prepared for college, need little or no remediation and perform better in their postsecondary studies than students who do not take AP classes, according to data released today.

Advanced Placement honor roll announced

Twelve Kentucky public school districts have been selected for  inclusion in the College Board’s 4th annual Advanced Placement (AP) District Honor Roll. The honor roll includes 477...

Nine school districts recognized for AP gains

Nine Kentucky public school districts join 530 other districts nationwide and in Canada on the third annual Advanced Placement® (AP) District Honor Roll.

AP participation, high scores rise

The number of Kentucky public high school students taking Advanced Placement (AP) examinations and scoring at high levels continues to rise, according to data released this week by the College Board.

More students taking, scoring higher on AP exams

The number of Kentucky public high school students taking Advanced Placement (AP) examinations and scoring at high levels continues to rise, data released today...

All-American teachers love challenging students

Three Kentucky teachers among 23 national award winners.

AdvanceKentucky teachers honored

The National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI), a non-profit organization for improving American students’ mathematics and science achievement, recently honored 23 Advanced Placement (AP)...

New high schools to participate in AdvanceKentucky

Twenty new high schools are joining AdvanceKentucky, bringing to 64 the number of high schools in the state that are implementing the AP Teacher Training and Incentive Program (APTIP).

The place to be

Some teachers come to network. Some want to know about testing changes. Others pick up new strategies for classroom learning, while others want a challenge for themselves. But the common bond they all share is they want to be better Advanced Placement (AP) teachers.