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Trends in Higher Education - The College Board

A series of research reports and topical analysis briefs designed to provide a foundation of evidence to strengthen policy discussions and decisions.

Research – The College Board

Through our research and mission-driven support for our programs, Research works to ensure that College Board programs and services are refined and effective.

AP Program Results: Class of 2016 – The College Board

Explore Advanced Placement Program (AP) participation and performance results for U.S. public school students in the 2016 graduating class.

AP Computer Science Principles – Class of 2016 AP Program Results – The College Board

Learn about the launch of AP Computer Science Principles, the goals of this new AP course, and how two states are supporting AP CSP.

Explore the Data – Class of 2016 AP Program Results – The College Board

Charts showing the percentage of students in the class of 2016 who scored 3 or higher on an AP Exam, by state, and the progress made toward these figures.

District Success Stories – Class of 2016 AP Program Results – The College Board

Explore how two districts worked to increase AP participation in their schools in 2016, and see AP teacher and student stories.

ESSA and Low-Income Students – Class of 2016 AP Program Results – The College Board

View trends in the number of low-income students participating and succeeding in AP, and explore funding options available to offset the cost of AP Exams.

Overview – Class of 2016 AP Program Results – The College Board

A summary of the class of 2016 AP program results including data highlights.

Expanding AP Access – Class of 2016 AP Program Results – The College Board

Explore data showing how AP has maintained quality while expanding, and information on ways to identify more students who are ready for AP.

Class of 2016 SAT Results – 2016 SAT Suite Program Results – The College Board

Report showing total SAT participation and mean scores for the class of 2016, and how grade inflation in high school has increased over the past few decades.

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