Federal Title Program Resources Legislation, Regulations & Guidance

Title I

Title I, Part G - Advanced Placement
http://www.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/esea02/pg14.html#sec1704

Summary: The Advanced Placement (AP) programs are designed to increase the number of low-income students participating in AP classes and taking AP tests by helping to pay test fees for low-income students in AP classes and expanding access to AP classes through increased teacher training and other activities. These are two separate programs. The AP Test Fee Program offers grants to states to pay for low-income students enrolled in AP courses. The AP Incentive Program offers one to three year competitive grants to state agencies, school districts and national non-profit educational entities with expertise in AP services.

Federal Guidance: NCLB Desktop Reference p. 51 - Advanced Placement

Program Office: Office of Vocational Technical, Career and Innovative Programs- (609) 633-0665

Link to Office of Vocational-Technical, Career and Innovative Programs