Roxanna Moore, a chemistry teacher at Harlingen High School South was appointed to the Pre-AP National Faculty for demonstrating effective teaching practices, proven classroom success, and her experience leading professional learning.
After a rigorous application process, Moore was selected to represent and serve as National Faculty for the Pre-AP Program, joining over 250 National Faculty members from across the United States. Pre-AP National Faculty members are College Board-endorsed educators who facilitate professional learning experiences in over 46 states and 1,000+ districts across the nation and around the world. They are stewards of College Board’s mission to clear a path for all students to own their future by promoting excellence and equity in education.
“I am appreciative of the opportunities that come with being selected for the Pre-AP National Faculty,” Moore said. “I look forward to collaborating with teachers from across the country and honing my profession as a chemistry teacher. I value education and hope to continue providing a quality chemistry education for our students.”
The Pre-AP Program collaborates with educators to ensure all students, regardless of their current ability level, have the supports they need to succeed on grade-level coursework and access to engaging classroom experiences that allow them to learn and grow. The Program components provide educators and their students the space and time for deep engagement with the content. It is only through a sustained commitment to equitable preparation, access, and support that true excellence can be achieved for all students, and the Pre-AP course designation requires this commitment.