The Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program welcomes seven Indiana high schools to a three-year
professional cohort dedicated to improving students’ college and career readiness.
NOTRE DAME, Jan. 26, 2023 – In July 2023, Eastbrook High School will join six other high schools across the
state of Indiana in Cohort 11 of the Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program (AP-TIP): Hamilton
Southeastern High School, Indiana Math and Science Academy – North, Lanesville Jr./Sr. High School, Manchester
Jr./Sr. High School, North Decatur Jr./Sr. High School, and Tri-West High School.
Across three years of cohort membership, AP math, science, and English teachers at Eastbrook High School will
receive fully-funded access to a wide array of instructional resources and professional events. In addition to
professional support, program teachers may qualify for benchmark awards for student participation on AP Exams or for meeting qualifying (3, 4, or 5) score goals on AP Exams in eligible courses. Students enrolled in eligible AP
math, science, and English courses at cohort schools receive access to AP-TIP resources, as well. Students
participate in online study sessions and mock exams, and—like their teachers—receive awards for qualifying AP
Since 2012, Indiana high schools have used their partnership with AP-TIP to increase enrollment and success in AP
● On average, enrollment of all students in AP math, science, and English courses increased by 68%,
enrollment of traditionally under-represented students increased by 104%, and enrollment of female
students in AP math and science subjects increased by 64%.
● On average, the total number of AP math, science, and English qualifying exam scores increased by 58%,
132% for traditionally under-represented students, and 74% for female students in AP math and science
While AP-TIP’s dedication to strengthening instruction and performance in AP courses is long-standing, the benefits
of AP-TIP are broad and reach more than AP students. When many educators teach a combination of AP and other
classes, skills and resources from AP-TIP programming benefit all students, regardless of course or instructional
About the Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program
AP-TIP is a non-profit program of the Institute for Educational Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame dedicated
to improving students’ college and career readiness. Because AP-TIP believes that all young people deserve an
education that prepares them for their own futures and empowers them to influence the communities in which they live, AP-TIP provides professional resources for AP math, science, and English teachers committed to enhancing teaching and learning in AP classrooms.
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