District Administrators

Get the information you need to launch, build, and support AP in your district's schools.

Tools for District Leaders

AP District Newsletter

To receive this monthly e-newsletter, select your primary job function in your College Board professional account.

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Student Learning Videos

AP Daily offers free, on-demand videos that AP teachers can assign to students, saving class time.

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Presentations for District Leaders

Dates and Deadlines

AP Exam Schedules

The 2023 AP Exams will be administered in schools as paper and pencil exams over two weeks in May.

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Annual Calendar and Deadlines

This calendar will help AP coordinators plan their schools' AP Exam administrations and keep track of deadlines. 

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SSD Dates and Deadlines

This calendar will help SSD coordinators keep track of deadlines for submitting accommodations requests and documentation.

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Support Your Stakeholders

Support AP Teachers

Find AP Program resources, professional learning, course-specific updates, and more.

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Support AP Coordinators

Access the AP Coordinator's Manual, professional learning opportunities, and more.

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Support Students and Parents

Access the AP Students site, info about the benefits of AP, and more.

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Additional Resources

AP Classroom User Guide for Administrators

Learn about AP Classroom with this interactive guide for administrators.

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AP Classroom User Guide for Teachers

Help teachers use AP Classroom by connecting them with this interactive guide.

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College Board Events

See the latest news about professional learning events for teachers, coordinators, and administrators.

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SSD Online for Coordinators

Get step-by-step instructions for requesting and managing accommodations through the online portal.

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Start and Expand Your AP Program

Want to add AP courses to your district's master schedule or administer AP Exams at schools in your district? These resources can help you spread the word about your AP program and get more students interested in AP.

@AP_Trevor on Twitter

Follow Trevor Packer, head of the AP Program, on Twitter for the latest updates.