Whether you are a brand-new AP® English teacher or a seasoned veteran, finding quality resources is an essential element for educational success. Implementing reputable tools to supplement your AP curriculum offers you instructional flexibility, but, more importantly, it can be a difference maker for students struggling to grasp difficult concepts.
It takes a lot of desirable qualities to succeed as an AP teacher. Discover how to be an AP teacher equipped with the necessary skill set and the required resources.
There is perhaps nothing more important for first-year AP® teachers than support from their administration. Knowing they aren’t alone, feeling supported, being properly equipped — these intangibles can mean the difference between success and failure for novice AP teachers . . .
Experienced AP teachers will tell you that the first year — especially the first few months — in an AP classroom feels like an exercise in career survival. The responsibilities are daunting and the challenges are continuous, but the rewards that come with AP education make it all worthwhile.
We are committed to helping AP® educators do what they do best: make a difference in the lives of their students by helping each student reach full potential.
What are the differences and which classes are best among AP®, Dual Enrollment, IB? Find out the pros and cons of each option and choose the best one for you.
After making unprecedented changes in 2020, the College Board® has announced new administration options for the Advancement Placement® (AP) Exams for 2021.
With ESSER II, an additional 54.3 billion dollars in emergency relief is available for educational agencies. We’ve got the answers to your questions here.
With the cancellation of SAT® Subject Tests and optional Essay, AP® courses and AP exams are more important than ever. Here’s what you need to know.
So, let’s say the AP exam is rapidly approaching, and you’re feeling a bit underprepared. What can you do outside of school to review in a more relaxed way? Here are several ideas that have worked for students just like you!