With funding support from the Geography Education National Implementation Project (GENIP), the American Association of Geographers (AAG) has developed a proposal for a new Advanced Placement® course in Geographic Information Science & Technology (AP GIS&T). Click here for some background on this initiative.
The AP GIS&T course proposal was submitted to the College Board in June 2017. Current status: Pending review.
Course Proposal: Click the links below to view or download PDFs of the proposal documents.
- Executive Summary
- Background and Justification
- Course Description
- Professional Development
- Appendices: AAG Resolution for K-12 Geography | Representative Syllabi | GIS&T Body of Knowledge
- Endorsing Organizations
Letters of Attestation: For the AP® GIS&T proposal to be formally considered by the College Board, the AAG needed to collect attestations of interest and support from at least 100 college/university departments and 250 high schools.
Although the AP GIS&T course proposal has been completed, the AAG welcomes additional attestations from high schools, school districts, and academic departments using the forms available at the following links.
College/University Attestations Received (as of June 27, 2017): 119 | view list
High School Attestations Received (as of June 27, 2017): 268 | view list
Have questions about this AP® course proposal? Contact the AAG.
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