AP for ALL

Expanding Access to Advanced Placement Courses in New York City

The AP for All initiative, part of New York City's Equity and Excellence agenda, brings new AP courses to schools that offer few or no AP courses. These schools will get rigorous training for new and continuing AP teachers. The city will also help school leaders identify students who are ready for AP course work and prepare those students to address equity gaps.

New AP courses and preparatory courses started in fall 2016, with 75% percent of students offered at least five AP classes by fall 2018. By fall 2021, students at all high schools will have access to a full slate of at least five AP classes.

NYC TCP has partnered with AP for All to qualify, staff, and support teacher leaders with a focus on AP equity and access.

Learn more about AP for All on their new website: https://apforallnyc.com/

Our Partners

Dr. Ruby Ababio-Fernandez, Senior Executive Director

Courtney Winkfield, Senior Strategy and Policy Advisor

Akua-Kisiwaa Adefope, PhD, Senior Director of Instruction

Deonca Renee, Senior Director of Project Management

Diana Ramsawak, Senior Director of Instruction

Joseph Daniele, Senior Director of Data Management

Dexter Daniel, Program Manager

Travis Young, Program Manager

Serita Lee, Program Coordinator


Yousra Abdelhadi, Science CAS

Jite Lark, Ed. D, Science CAS

Konstantin Boubev, Math CAS

Matthew Owens, Math CAS

Valentino Ellis, SS CAS

David Hollander, SS CAS

Cheryl Matthews Valery, SS CAS

Daniel Dorogusker, ELA CAS

Terry Ann Moore, ELA CAS

Abigail Myers, ELA CAS

Contact AP for All: APforALL@schools.nyc.gov