Congratulations to the newest AdvanceKentucky high schools!
Cohort 9 schools are: Boyd Co, Campbellsville, Central, Elizabethtown, Fleming Co, Mason Co, Nelson Co, Thomas Nelson.More Information
2015 AP Results Continued KY’s Trend of High Performance
On average, schools in the program since inception annually generate 115 AP math, science English qualifying scores alone, up from 20 at baseline.
Planning for 2016 AdvanceKentucky Fall Forum
Educators are invited to submit proposals on best practices for AP in open enrollment classrooms for next year’s event.
Click Here for 2016 Dates and Call for Proposals
Nearly 3,500 KY Teachers Have Attended Laying the Foundation
We applaud all who have put in the hard work at LTF and encourage application of the lessons in your classroom throughout the year.
2016 Training Dates and Locations Posted Here
Interested in AdvanceKentucky visiting your school to learn more and ask questions?
Leader TrainingAugust 26, 2016
Fall ForumNovember 4-5, 2016
The elements of success are integrated into a holistic strategy focused on student access, engagement, and success. Collectively these interrelated components promote and support a school culture of high expectations for rigorous student learning and open enrollment in Advanced Placement* courses.
AdvanceKentucky's mission is to work with local, state and national partners to dramatically expand access to and participation and success in rigorous college-level work in high school, particularly among student populations traditionally underrepresented in these courses.
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