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Document Number: 6757

Advanced Placement Report to the Nation 2006 - This report provides information on Advanced Placement (AP) course- and exam-taking by the Class of 2005. According to the study, a greater proportion of American students are scoring a 3 or higher on an AP exam than ever before, though black and Native American students are substantially underrepresented in AP programs nationwide, and Latino students are underrepresented in all but 12 states. Part II of the report recognizes the schools in each AP subject that help a larger proportion of their total school population succeed on a particular AP exam than any other school in the world, and provides feedback for educators to improve student achievement in each AP discipline. State reports are also available, providing information on changes between 2004 and 2005 in the number of students taking AP exams and, conversely, the number of AP exams taken by students in each state. State reports also show trends in AP exam taking by low-income, Latino and African American students since 2000 and from 1995 to 2000. (The College Board, 2006) ...


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