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Why IOAPA?

As we approach the beginning of spring registration, students might be wondering why they should consider taking AP courses in general, and IOAPA courses specifically. Here are just a few reasons we feel strongly about making online advanced learning opportunities available for students. 342 more words

Advanced Placement

Moving On Up

The aspirational “all” in New York City’s AP for All initiative just became a bit more real.

After reviewing NYC students’ Advanced Placement (AP) test results from the past school year (2016–17), the DOE has announced that  232 more words

Equity & Excellence For All

Preparing Our Students For...Latin 100?!

Someone on Facebook posed a couple questions to those at the college/university level regarding the preparedness, and subsequent placement of incoming students.

These are excellent questions. 782 more words

Teaching With Compelling CI

AP Capstone Students Participate in Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility

By Lee Ann Metivier
Director of Development,
Leadership Giving and Special Initiatives

There was a time, shortly after college when I wished I could be a professional student. 612 more words

High School

IOAPA 2016 Annual Report

Each year, IOAPA staff develop a report demonstrating the progress we’ve made toward our goal of making advanced learning opportunities available for all Iowa students. If you’re curious about what we achieved in 2016-2017, check out this infographic for an overview. 16 more words

Advanced Placement

Helping Iowa Teachers Discover Students Who Are Ready For Advanced Online Courses

The Iowa Online Advanced Placement Academy (IOAPA) and the Belin-Blank Exceptional Student Talent Search (BESTS) are working together to help schools provide a defensible, objective, research-based method of selecting students for above-level coursework. 370 more words

Acceleration

Building Character, Not Just Academics

On my very first day of teaching EVER, I invited my students into the classroom and instructed them to write on the board in response to three prompts: 448 more words

Teaching