Stats on AP Classes and Exams - Student Research Foundation

Decoding the Fast-Changing World of AP Classes and Exams

On February 11, the College Board released statistics that show, beyond a doubt, that participation in its AP program has increased substantially over the last decade.

Here’s some of the news that the College Board shared: Read more

Student Research Identifies Physics Fans" Who Have an Affection for Physics

New Student Research Identifies “Physics Fans” Who Have an Affection for Physics

New Student Research Foundation Study Finds that Students from All Backgrounds Feel the Same Way about Physics

In 2017, the Student Research Foundation asked 16,129 American high school students how they felt about the STEM subjects they were studying. The research was conducted in collaboration with our STEM Research Consortium partners, the American Association of Physics Teachers, National Girls Collaborative Project, and the National Association of Biology Teachers.
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Students opening Box of tools to Study the Colorado River provided by the Student Research Foundation

Ms. McCall’s Students Have the Tools they Need to Study the Colorado River

Why we funded Ms. McCall’s project to help her students study the Colorado River

How difficult is it to learn about how water flows through a river and affects its topology?  Although it sounds like an easy body of information to understand, it isn’t. And it is most effectively learned when students have the classroom tools they need to simulate water flow and river erosion. Read more

High School Students: Aspiring to Community College Research from the Student Research Foundation

How Successful Are Community College Students at Completing 4-Year College Degree

Students Who Transfer from Community Colleges to Four-Year Institutions: How Does their Performance Compare to that of Students Who Entered from High School?

What percentage of students who are attending four-year American colleges started out at community colleges? Are they more, or less, likely to graduate than students who entered directly from high school? Read more