great teaching by extraordinary teachers
How It Works
We partner with teachers and administrators at rural schools to form school networks, and provide them with a range of course content, academic resources, and instructional services to support the in-classroom Teacher.
By leveraging technology and enhancing in-person instruction, we provide comprehensive, blended courses in advanced high school subjects taught by skilled and experienced teachers, and offer an innovative solution for schools and school districts seeking to initiate, enhance, or expand AP® course offerings.
Across the U.S., up to 25% of high schools do not offer more than one of the basic courses in high school math and science education—Algebra I and II, Geometry, Biology, and Chemistry.
providing opportunities for success.
The Global Teaching Project addresses this growing teacher shortage crisis by providing talented students access to experienced teachers and helping them to tackle advanced coursework through a comprehensive range of academic services.
Eliminating disparities in access to AP® and other advanced coursework has a significant impact on students:
Underrepresented minority and low-income students who earn a 3 or higher on an AP® STEM exam earn higher GPAs in STEM subjects in college.
College Board Research Report, 2013-5
Increased College Persistence
Underrepresented and low-income students who take one AP® exam, on average, are more likely to return for a second, third, and fourth year of college.
College Board Research Note, 2014-1