Preparing Advanced Placement Students &
UCLA AP Readiness
Equity & Access to high-level, rigorous instruction in Advanced Placement is the mission of AP Readiness. The AP Readiness Program is designed with two interconnected goals in mind. The program aims to improve the teaching abilities of AP instructors while simultaneously giving students the skills they will need to be successful in college level classes. AP Readiness allows students to work with master instructors, who prepare them for the rigorous curriculum that they will face in AP courses. Concurrently, their AP teachers observe and learn from the master instructors, gathering a framework for how to successfully conduct an AP course. This unique program allows for students and teachers to learn together. Both teachers and students also become an essential part of a network of AP support and excellence.
EXCITING NEWS! AP Readiness will now offer support for Social Studies, Spanish and Psychology. Therefore, we will conduct AP Readiness twice a month! You are welcome to attend either a STEM class, a HUMANITIES class or BOTH!
AP Readiness STEM: Math, Science & Computer Science
AP Readiness HUMANITIES: English, Social Studies & Spanish
Student Registration will open on August 13, 2018.
Educator Registration will open on August 1, 2018.
Agenda, Maps and Bus Schedule Samples:
2018-2019 Tentative Dates
APR STEM – Sept. 15, Oct. 6, Oct. 27 & Dec. 1, 2018. Jan. 26, Feb. 23, March 9 & April 6, 2019.
APR HUMANITIES – Sept. 22, Oct. 20, Nov. 3 & Dec. 1, 2018. Jan 12, Feb. 2, March 2 & March 23, 2019
- Professional Development supporting math, science, and computer science teachers for AP Math, Science and Computer Science courses
- Professional Development supporting English, Spanish and Social Studies teachers for AP English, Spanish and Social Studies courses
- Workshops providing students with the skills necessary to be successful in college level classes and hands-on AP activities
- Formation of a network of learners allowing communication between teachers and students from various neighborhoods