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By offering AP Computer Science Principles, your school becomes part of a national movement to make computer science accessible to all students, including those traditionally underrepresented in the world of computing and technology.
Use the resources below to communicate the value of this course.
Share these videos to show what students have to say about the course.
AP Computer Science PrinciplesAP CSP is opening doors for all students.
Makena on AP CSPRedefining the coding industry for girls.
Bradley on AP CSPGaining computer skills to create your own website.
Nicholaus on AP CSPApplying your own interests through computer science.
Mariama on AP CSPThe thrill of sharing your own creation.
Paige on AP CSPDiscovering your superpower and helping others.
These resources describe AP CSP and its benefits, best practices for implementing the course, and strategies to build a diverse classroom. Share them with your colleagues.
Gives an overview of the course’s principles and pedagogy and explains its benefits to schools and students.
Explains the five steps to implementing the AP Computer Science Principles course.
Provides evidence-based strategies to attract students who are members of groups underrepresented in computer science.
For Students and Families
Share these brochures with students and their families to encourage them to consider AP CSP.
Explains to students how taking AP CSP can benefit them.
Email and Presentation Templates
Invite students and their families to AP CSP information sessions. Use the communication templates below as a guide.
Download these banner ads to promote AP CSP on your school website.