Welcome to the first Advanced Placement Science Impact Study newsletter!
This study is a joint research project led by Mark Long, Dylan Conger, and Raymond McGhee Jr. with the assistance of a team of evaluators, analysts, and liaisons. The AP Science Impact Study, funded by the National Science Foundation, is an innovative research effort dedicated to providing experimental evidence on the impact of Advanced Placement Biology and Chemistry courses on students. We examine the effects of the College Board’s recently updated inquiry-based science curricula on students’ confidence and abilities in scientific inquiry and their post-high school plans.
You are receiving this newsletter because you have expressed interest in the study at some point during the last few years, and because of your involvement in education practice, policy, and research.