Welcome to the AP United States Government and Politics Teacher Community

Your Community

This AP Teacher Community is a professional learning network connecting AP Government and Politics: United States teachers worldwide. You'll see resources and discussion threads as a starting point, but the richness of the community relies on your participation. You can grow this community to support your classroom and others through the power of your contributions.

What You Can Do Here

The new community provides easy online tools for educators to:

  • Engage in lively discussions organized by topic.
  • Find post and rate AP classroom-ready materials and related resources.
  • Browse the curriculum framework and share strategies.
  • Connect with colleagues and grow your personal network.

Getting Started

Need help joining or participating in the community? Take a tour of the Community or see our Getting Started page to help you on your way.

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Meet the Moderator

Rebecca Small taught high school Advanced Placement Government & Politics for over twenty years, and was actively involved in the AP program as a member of the Test Development Committee, reader, and AP Summer Institute instructor.  She is a published author of test preparation books, lesson plans and other resources for teachers. Rebecca is pursuing a Doctorate of Education and Policy Studies at George Washington University, studying the role of professional development in supporting AP teachers.  Rebecca currently serves as the High School Advanced Academics programs specialist for Fairfax County public schools where she supports AP instruction and professional development.