About the AP Annual Conference
The AP Annual Conference brings together thousands of education professionals from the AP and Pre-AP communities. The conference schedule features workshops, content-driven sessions, and exhibits. It's your chance to connect with new and experienced teachers of all 38 AP courses, AP chief readers, AP coordinators, counselors, superintendents, and principals. Attend conference sessions. Discover proven methods for increasing equity and access to the AP Program. Explore dozens of exhibits featuring new textbooks and classroom technologies.
For more than 60 years, the College Board AP Program has grown by fostering collaboration among professionals working to develop students’ college-level knowledge and skills. In 2019, over 2.8 million students representing both public and private schools around the world took over 5.1 million AP Exams.
The 2020 AP Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusettes, will provide educators with the best opportunity to learn, share, and gather the most current information about the AP Program.
AP Annual Conference Steering Committee
|Richard Chi||University of Utah|
|Minaz Jooma||Millburn High School|
|Celestin Joseph||Dillard Center for the Arts|
|Richard McCarthy||The Lyndon Institute|
|Lili Monk||Walter Johnson High School|
|Lesli Myers||Brockport Central School District|
|Maureen Nosal||The College of New Jersey|
|Bob Pomer||Sharon High School|
|Nancy Ramos||Health Careers High School|
|Lourdes Rodriguez-Von Vogt||Lincoln Academy|
|Louie Silvestri||Fossil Ridge High School|
|Karen Sleno||Flushing High School|
|Daren Starnes||The Lawrenceville School|
|Kenny Tucker||Rockdale County High School|
|Judith Vigue||Pinellas County Schools|
Save the Date
July 21–24, 2021 | Las Vegas, NV
July 20–23, 2022 | Austin, TX