The Ph.D. Program in History

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AP Program seeks readers for high school tests

Student Marc Kagan has passed this along.

The AP® Program is actively recruiting high school teachers and college faculty to serve as Readers at the June 2016 AP Reading and beyond.

This year we are focusing recruitment efforts on professionals with expertise in:

  • Art History
  • Computer Science A
  • Environmental Science
  • European History: Short Answer
  • Human Geography
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Research
  • Seminar
  • Spanish Language and Culture
  • Statistics
  • U.S. Government and Politics
  • U.S. History: DBQ and Long Essay
  • U.S. History: Short Answer
  • World History

AP Reader eligibility requirements:


College-Level Faculty
AP Readers from colleges and universities must be active faculty members and have taught at least one semester of a comparable AP course — as described in the AP Course Description — within the past three years.

High School Teachers
AP Readers from secondary schools must currently teach the AP course in a face-to-face classroom setting and have completed three years teaching the course. Teachers who are teaching an online/virtual AP course may apply if they have completed three years of teaching the course in a face-to-face classroom setting.


Note: Approved applicants with submitted paperwork will be considered for the 2016 AP Reading. The AP Reading is an opportunity for developing professional and personal connections with fellow educators who are passionate about learning best practices.


Encourage your colleagues to apply via the Reader recruitment webpage.