Studies show that students who take Advanced Placement (AP) classes are more likely to graduate from college, yet most students of color have little to no access to AP courses in their schools. This can have a huge impact on their post-secondary education journey.
At Uncommon Schools, over 95 percent of our students take AP courses. Art Worrell, director of 5-12th grade history at Uncommon Schools, appeared on Black News Channel to discuss this important issue. Watch the segment below.