CHAPP targets 11th and 12th grade students enrolled in an Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. history course. It supports CPS students and teachers, and promotes a partnership between CPS, the Newberry Library, the Constitutional Rights Foundation, the Chicago History Museum and the National Archives and Records Administration – Great Lakes Region.
- Elevate the knowledge and transform the instructional practices of 75 AP U.S. history teachers
- Impact approximately 3,000 CPS students
- Provide professional development to teachers to improve students' postsecondary preparation
- Increase each teacher’s repertoire of instructional strategies
- Provide a professional development program for teachers to improve instructional delivery
- Increase the number of students earning a score of 4 or higher on the AP U.S. history exam
- Improve students’ postsecondary preparation
CHAPP provides many resources to students and parents interested in learning more about U.S. history.