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ETS seeks AP Readers in European History, U.S. History, or World History

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    Marina Duka

    Institution Type: Nonprofit
    Location: New Jersey, United States
    Position: Associate Professor

    “Being an AP Reader is the best professional development I have ever experienced” – AP Reader

    Join over 15,000 experienced high school AP teachers and college faculty at the AP Reading, one of the best professional development events.

    The Educational Testing Service (ETS) is looking for expertise in:
    • European History
    • U.S. History
    • World History

    As an AP Reader you will:
    • join a dynamic team of fellow educators
    • discover and share best practices for teaching, testing, and more
    • earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
    • score responses onsite or from home. Readers at home have flexible schedules
    • get compensation for scoring from home or onsite. Expenses, meals, and lodging are covered for onsite Readers.
    • AP Reader Eligibility Requirements
    • AP Readers from colleges and universities must be active faculty members and have taught at least one semester of a comparable AP course within the past three years.

    AP Readers from secondary schools must currently teach the AP course in a face-to-face classroom setting and have completed two years of teaching the course. Teachers who are teaching an online/virtual AP course may apply if they have completed two years of teaching the course in a face-to-face classroom setting.

    Apply Now

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    Contact: Apply Here

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