The All In Campaign: Realizing AP Potential
Dear Members,
Development is under way on the College Board's new "All In" campaign, a coordinated effort between the College Board and its members to dramatically increase the number of African American, Latino, and Native American students with AP® potential who enroll in AP classes.
When we say "All In," we mean it. We want 100 percent of students who have demonstrated the potential to be successful in AP to take at least one AP course. Performance on the PSAT/NMSQT® is a strong predictor of success in AP classes, and despite significant progress, African American, Latino, and Native American students who show AP potential through the PSAT/NMSQT still enroll in AP classes at a rate far below those of white and Asian students.
You and your colleagues have been and will continue to be the leaders of this work. As we design All In, we want to align with your day-to-day efforts to improve student achievement. Amy Wilkins, the College Board's senior fellow for social justice, is leading the All In campaign, and she needs your help. Please take a few minutes to send an email to Amy at detailing strategies for expanding access to AP, particularly for high-achieving African American, Latino, and Native American students.
We look forward to working with you.
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