AP Reportto the Nation STATE SUPPLEMENTFEBRUARY 11, 2014New JerseyTHE 10TH ANNUAL
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TTable of Contents3State Strategies7Fostering AP Participation and Success9A Closer Look at Equity Gaps in AP Participation and SuccessAbout This ReportThis report provides educators and policymakers with informationthey can use to celebrate their successes, understand their uniquechallenges, and set meaningful goals to increase opportunity for allstudents. It’s important to note that while AP Exams are validmeasures of students’ content mastery of college-level studies inspecific academic disciplines, AP results should never be used asthe sole measure for gauging educational excellence and equity.Because reliable demographic data for nonpublic schools are notavailable for all states, this report represents public school studentsonly. Additionally, this report looks at students’ entire experiencewith AP — tracking exams taken by graduates throughout their highschool careers — as opposed to reporting exam results from aparticular calendar year.Additional data are available at apreport.collegeboard.org.Note: Throughout this report, public high school graduates represent projectionssupplied in Knocking at the College Door (Western Interstate Commission forHigher Education, 2012).2The redesigned courses, Biology, Latin, and Spanish Literature and Culture,began in fall 2012, and the first AP Exam based on those redesigned courseswas administered in May 2013. As a result, the data in this report reflect a blendof the old and redesigned exam results.
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TS TAT E S T R AT E G I E SNew Jersey has made progress in recent years in improving studentaccess and supporting student performance in AP . Just as we do in thenational report, we wanted to take an opportunity to applaud your effortsand offer additional strategies for your consideration.Current PictureCongratulations. You are already using these strategies to build arobust AP Program. You:Include AP in the state accountability system. Establish AP participation and performance indicators. Set clear, measurable statewide goals toward improvement.Celebrate the 36 districts that have earned a spot on theAP Honor Roll through their hard work and dedication toincreasing participation and success in AP, particularly forunderrepresented students. See page 6 for more details.Encourage your educators to participate in the developmentof the AP Program, such as by becoming AP Exam Readers orparticipating in course and exam development committees.See page 5 for more details.3
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TS TAT E S T R AT E G I E SOpportunitiesThe following strategies have been proven effective. To build aneven stronger AP program, you could: Provide support for professional development for teachers inunderserved areas of the state. Ensure that public colleges and universities develop AP Examcredit and placement policies based on institutional goals,alignment with corresponding courses, and objectiveoutcomes research. Create opportunities for other schools and districts to learn fromyour AP Honor Roll winners. Provide targeted assistance and resources to schools servingtraditionally underserved populations. For example, funding formaterials, supplies, outreach efforts, and tutoring programs. Clearly communicate how AP fits into state graduationrequirements, and share information about fundingopportunities that enable students to participate and succeed inAP. Communicate the advantages of AP for students attendingyour state’s universities. Develop policies that allow AP course work and exam scores forsophomores and juniors to substitute for statewide graduationrequirements and/or end-of-course assessments. Provide resources to schools and districts to supportresearch-based programs that build content knowledge andskills — particularly in literacy and math — to prepare students forsuccess in AP course work, and in college and careers.4
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TS TAT E S T R AT E G I E SHighlightsThe following information dives a little deeper into the details ofyour efforts.Participation in the Development of AP2013 Reading participants — Total: 223New Jersey represents 2.0% of all Readers AP High School Teachers: 148 College and University Faculty: 752013 AP Professional Development Leaders — Total: 282013 AP Development Committee Members — Total: 7English Literature and CompositionSpanish LanguageLatinEnvironmental ScienceJapanese Language and CultureLatinMacroeconomics5Millburn High SchoolMillburn High SchoolMontclair State UniversityMontclair State UniversityNorthern Valley Regional High SchoolsRutgers UniversityThe Pennington School
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TS TAT E S T R AT E G I E SHighlights (continued)The AP Honor RollThe AP Honor Roll recognizes and honors those outstandingschool districts that simultaneously increase access to AdvancedPlacement course work while increasing the percentage ofstudents earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Achievingboth of these goals is the ideal scenario for a district’s APprogram because it indicates that the district is successfullyidentifying motivated, academically prepared students who arelikely to benefit most from rigorous AP course work.4th Annual Honor Roll Districts in New Jersey: 36Barnegat Township School DistrictBridgewater-Raritan Regional School District*Delaware Valley Regional High SchoolDumont School DistrictEast Windsor Regional School District*Edison Township Public Schools*Freehold Regional High School District*Glen Ridge Public SchoolsHammonton Town School DistrictHanover Park Regional High School District*Highland Park School DistrictHunterdon Central Regional High School*Jackson School DistrictLawrence Township Public SchoolsLivingston Public Schools*Mahwah Township Public Schools*Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School DistrictMiddlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools*Monmouth County Vocational School DistrictMonroe Township School DistrictMoorestown Township Public School*Morris School DistrictNew Providence School DistrictNorthern Burlington County Regional School DistrictPark Ridge Public Schools*Pascack Valley Regional High School DistrictRamapo Indian Hills Regional High School DistrictRumson-Fair Haven Regional High School*Rutherford School DistrictSouth Brunswick Board of Education*Toms River Regional SchoolsUnion Township School DistrictVerona Public Schools*Wallkill Valley Regional School DistrictWatchung Hills Regional High School DistrictWest Essex Regional School District* District has achieved the honor for multiple years.6
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TF O S T E R I N G A P PA R T I C I PAT I O N A N D S U C C E S SFIGURE 1Growth in AP Participation and SuccessMore graduatesNumber of graduates leaving high school having taken an AP ExamNumber of graduates scoring 3 on an AP Exam during high ,9472008201220132003FIGURE 2Participation in and Success on AP Exams in the Class of 2013Percentage of graduates leaving high school having taken an AP ExamPercentage of graduates scoring 3 on an AP Exam during high schoolPercentage of New Jersey Graduating Class0%Arts30%2.6%13.4%EnglishComparative Government and Politics, European History,Human Geography, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics,Psychology, United States Government and Politics,United States History, and World History19.4%History andSocial Sciences14.0%13.0%Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Computer Science A,and Statistics9.6%13.9%SciencesBiology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics B, Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism, and Physics C: Mechanics9.3%WorldLanguagesAnyDisciplinehad the greatest number of studentsachieving a score of 3 or higherEnglish Language and Composition, andEnglish Literature and Composition10.2%Mathematics andComputer Science60%History andSocial SciencesArt History, Music Theory, Studio Art: Drawing,Studio Art: 2-D Design, and Studio Art: 3-D Design1.9%Chinese Language and Culture, French Language andCulture, German Language and Culture, Italian Languageand Culture*, Japanese Language and Culture, Latin,Spanish Language, and Spanish Literature and Culture5.4%4.0%31.7%* AP Italian Language and Culture was discontinuedafter the 2008-09 school year, and was reinstated in2011-12.23.6%Total Number of Graduates: 92,9787are succeeding on AP Exams today thantook them in 2003
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TF O S T E R I N G A P PA R T I C I PAT I O N A N D S U C C E S SFIGURE 3Score Distributions of AP Exams Taken by the Class of 2013 During High SchoolTen Most Popular AP ExamsRankSubjectNo. of Exams% of Exam Scores 100%280%60%40%20%Chinese Language and Culture214Calculus BC3,1788.33.6Studio Art: Drawing4640.912.3Physics C: Mechanics1,742Studio Art: 2-D Design5434.415.3English Language and Composition8,8394.715.9French Language and Culture8166.415.6Microeconomics1,8139.912.1 11.35.1 4.25.3 10.012.220%40%23313.7 12.0Human Geography49414.410Spanish Language3,2024Calculus AB7,1301United States 1229.618.827.0Macroeconomics2,56511.716.83English Literature and Composition8,193Computer Science A1,149World History1,3877.722.8United States Government and Politics3,72310.620.09.121.88Music Theory662Chemistry4,619Physics B2,42518.412.6Italian Language and Culture*28648Art History786Comparative Government and Politics225Studio Art: 3-D Design50Environmental 19.627.718.621.324.5 5.235.733.325.0 6.318.6 .827.214.632.0 Due to rounding, percentages do not always add up to 100.0.* AP Italian Language and Culture was discontinued after the 2008-09 school year, and was reinstated in .323.338.330.514.6Japanese Language and Culture16.122.836.422.817.832.829.714.012.323.1 erman Language and Culture9.222.429.320.6Spanish Literature and Culture14.714.033.727.715.1 9.518.7 8.935.830.82,30412.322.623.732.6European Psychology7.460%16.817.8Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism580%18.718.0 2.028.6 9.714.8 10.7100%
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TA C L O S E R L O O K AT E Q U I T Y G A P S I N A P PA R T I C I PAT I O N A N D S U C C E S SLow IncomeFIGURE 4Trends in AP Exam Participation and Success9,446The percentage or number of . K–12 students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch* graduates leaving high school having taken an AP Exam who are from low-income backgrounds graduates scoring 3 on an AP Exam during high school who are from low-income backgroundsAP Exams were taken by low-incomegraduates in the class of 165149571,6822,12690%P E R C E N TA G E O F S P E C I F I C P O P U L AT I O 3%5.2%9.0%5.6%11.3%11.7%7.7%8.3%13.3%9.7%** The numbers of students in the graduating classeswho are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch are notavailable.0%200320052008G R A D U AT I N G C L A S S920112012* Estimates reflect the percentage of K–12 public schoolstudents eligible for free or reduced-price lunch.SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Centerfor Education Statistics, Digest of Education Statistics:2008 (Table 42), 2009 (Table 42), 2010 (Table 44), 2011(Table 45), and 2012 (Table 46).2013
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TA C L O S E R L O O K AT E Q U I T Y G A P S I N A P PA R T I C I PAT I O N A N D S U C C E S SBlack/African AmericanFIGURE 5Trends in AP Exam Participation and Success1,869The percentage or number of . students in the graduating class graduates leaving high school having taken an AP Exam graduates scoring 3 on an AP Exam during high school. who are black/African Americanblack/African American graduates in theclass of 2013 took an AP Exam duringhigh 7961,3631,7351,86925946473479890%P E R C E N TA G E O F S P E C I F I C P O P U L AT I O .2%5.7%2.7%6.3%3.6%6.3%3.6%0%20032008G R A D U AT I N G C L A S S1020122013
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TA C L O S E R L O O K AT E Q U I T Y G A P S I N A P PA R T I C I PAT I O N A N D S U C C E S SHispanic/LatinoFIGURE 6Trends in AP Exam Participation and Success4,061The percentage or number of . students in the graduating class graduates leaving high school having taken an AP Exam graduates scoring 3 on an AP Exam during high school. who are Hispanic/LatinoHispanic/Latino graduates in theclass of 2013 took an AP Examduring high 1,3192,5203,3624,0619061,5532,1122,58090%P E R C E N TA G E O F S P E C I F I C P O P U L AT I O 1%17.4%12.3%10.4%17.8%13.8%11.8%0%20032008G R A D U AT I N G C L A S S1120122013
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TA C L O S E R L O O K AT E Q U I T Y G A P S I N A P PA R T I C I PAT I O N A N D S U C C E S SAmerican Indian/Alaska NativeFIGURE 7Trends in AP Exam Participation and Success57The percentage or number of . students in the graduating class graduates leaving high school having taken an AP Exam graduates scoring 3 on an AP Exam during high school. who are American Indian/Alaska NativeAmerican Indian/Alaska Nativegraduates in the class of 2013 took anAP Exam during high 213290%P E R C E N TA G E O F S P E C I F I C P O P U L AT I O .1%0.1%0.1%0.2%0.1%0.1%0%20032008G R A D U AT I N G C L A S S1220122013
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TA C L O S E R L O O K AT E Q U I T Y G A P S I N A P PA R T I C I PAT I O N A N D S U C C E S SAsian/Asian American/Pacific IslanderFIGURE 8Trends in AP Exam Participation and Success5,336The percentage or number of . students in the graduating class graduates leaving high school having taken an AP Exam graduates scoring 3 on an AP Exam during high school. who are Asian/Asian American/Pacific IslanderAsian/Asian American/Pacific Islandergraduates in the class of 2013 took anAP Exam during high 73,8204,9735,3362,1613,0254,1064,42990%P E R C E N TA G E O F S P E C I F I C P O P U L AT I O .9%20.2%20.2%18.1%18.1%9.1%9.6%0%20032008G R A D U AT I N G C L A S S1320122013
T H E 1 0 T H A N N U A L A P R E P O RT T O T H E N AT I O N · N E W J E R S E Y S U P P L E M E N TA C L O S E R L O O K AT E Q U I T Y G A P S I N A P PA R T I C I PAT I O N A N D S U C C E S SWhiteFIGURE 9Trends in AP Exam Participation and Success16,824The percentage or number of . students in the graduating class graduates leaving high school having taken an AP Exam graduates scoring 3 on an AP Exam during high school. who are whitewhite graduates in the class of 2013took an AP Exam during high P E R C E N TA G E O F S P E C I F I C P O P U L AT I O 008G R A D U AT I N G C L A S S14
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