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Deadline for schools to return the AP Participation Form and Participation Survey. Deadline for schools to apply to join the AP Capstone Diploma program in 2019-20. Register for a Workshop or AP Summer Institute Learn about our AP workshops and how to register. Become an AP Reader See what happens at the AP Reading and apply to be a Reader.
About AP Learn about the program, get the latest news, and see how your school can offer AP. Exams Teaching resources, exam questions, and useful information for every course and exam. AP Scores Learn how to access and use AP score reports.
AP Coordinators Get help organizing your AP program and administering the AP Exams. United States and Canada created by the College Board which offers college-level curricula and examinations to high school students. After the end of World War II, the Ford Foundation created a fund that supported committees studying education. The College Board, a non-profit organization based in New York City, has run the AP program since 1955. From 1965 to 1989, Harlan Hanson was the director of the Advanced Placement Program.
In 2006, over one million students took over two million Advanced Placement examinations. Many high schools in the United States offer AP courses, though the College Board allows any student to take any examination regardless of participation in its respective course. 91 each, though the cost may be subsidized by local or state programs.