Research shows that students who took AP math and science were more likely than non-AP students to earn degrees in physical science, engineering and life science disciplines — the fields leading to some of the careers essential for America's future prosperity. This correlation is particularly strong among African American, Hispanic/Latino and female students."Unfortunately, traditionally underrepresented minority students and female students often do not have access to AP STEM course work," said David Coleman, president of the College Board. "We are very grateful to Google for its generous support and look forward to working with DonorsChoose.org to enable these students to engage in the sort of rigorous STEM course work that is essential for college and career success."
The College Board, Google And DonorsChoose.org Collaborate To Expand Access To AP® STEM Courses In 800 Public Schools
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