Supporting Latino and African-American Students in Advanced Placement Courses: A School Counseling Program’s Approach (Perspective FROM THE Field) (Report)

Traditionally, Latino and African-American students have been underrepresented in Advanced Placement courses. However, professional school counselors work to remove barriers to all students’ success. This article (a) identifies challenges that Latino and African-American students encounter in accessing Advanced Placement courses, (b) reviews the role of professional school counselors in serving traditionally disenfranchised student populations, and (c) introduces a school counseling program’s approach to supporting these students and their families. **********

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