AP Report to the Nation
The AP Report to the Nation uses a combination of state, national, and AP Program data to provide each U.S. state with the context it can use to celebrate its successes, understand its unique challenges, and set meaningful, data-driven goals to give more students the opportunity for success in college.
Access historical national reports and the following data:
- AP Exams Taken in U.S. Public Schools by the Graduating Class: See raw numbers of exams taken by the graduating class by subject, race/ethnicity, and AP score point.
- Equity Gaps in the graduating class and Progress Since Last Year: See trends in Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and American Indian/Alaska Native student participation and success, as well as the introduction of equity gaps for low-income students in the Class of 2013.
- Raw numbers behind percentages and additional AP Program data at a glance.
- State-Specific Reports: See AP participation and performance data over time for all races/ethnicities and low-income graduates, for each state and the District of Columbia.
- Graduating Class Subject-Specific Results:See the participation and performance results in each specific AP subject, including gender and race/ethnicity breakdowns for each subject, the number of exam-takers at each AP score point for specific subjects, and more.