AP Report to the Nations Shows Benefits of Being an AP Student
According to the College Board AP Report to the Nation, ensuringthat all academically-prepared high school students have access to rigorouscourse work that will prepare them to succeed in college is critical for theUnited States to remain competitive in a global economy - particularly inscience, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)-related disciplines.
The College Board hasannounced results from The 9th Annual AP Reportto the Nation, highlighting the progress of America's public high schoolsin preparing students for college-level course work.
Research shows thatstudents who succeed on AP Exams during high school usually experience greateracademic success in college, save money on college tuition and are more likelyto earn a college degree than their peers.
To learn more about the Advanced Placement program, go to collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/about.html.