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Advanced Placement Incentive Program Grants - The U.S. Department of Education makes three-year competitive awards to state educational agencies, local educational agencies or national nonprofit educational entities with expertise in providing Advanced Placement services. Grants must be used to expand access for low-income individuals to Advanced Placement programs. Eligible activities include: teacher training, development of pre-Advanced Placement courses, coordination and articulation between grade levels to prepare students for academic achievement in Advanced Placement classes, books and supplies, and participation in online Advanced Placement courses. This link provides information on eligibility and applications for grants, current and past grantees and achievement compared to program performance targets, program funding status, contact information, and more....

Advanced Placement Strategies, Inc. (APS) - The goal of Advanced Placement Strategies, Inc., a nonprofit, is to improve college readiness by increasing participating and performance in AP math, science, and English courses and to maximize the number of students who pass AP exams. Launched in August 2000 by an individual donor, APS works with Texas students, teachers, and schools to develop and manage AP Incentive Programs throughout the state. An AP Incentive Program is a partnership between Texas schools, businesses and the philanthropic community. Private donors provide incentives for students, teachers, and schools to strengthen AP participation. These programs are modeled after a successful similar program designed and implemented by the O'Donnell Foundation in the Dallas area....


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