The Advanced Placement (AP) Program consists of college-level courses and exams for secondary students. The College Board has administered the AP Program since 1955. Through this program, students may earn credits, advanced placement, or both, for college. By challenging and stimulating students, the AP Program provides access to high quality education and accelerated learning, rewards achievement, and enhances both high school and college programs. Representatives of member institutions (public and private secondary schools, colleges, and universities) determine its policies, and Educational Testing Services (ETS) provides its operational services.
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