He Beat the Odds To Get to UVA, Thanks to the Wahoo Community

October 18, 2023

UVA Today published an article last week on our initiative to provide promising high school students in rural Mississippi communities access to the advanced STEM courses they need to achieve their full potential, but which their schools otherwise may not be able to offer. The article focuses on one of our graduates—Jalil Jiminez …

GTP Students’ AP Scores Achieve Key Breakthroughs

August 9, 2023

Scores for the April 2023 AP exams have been released, and Global Teaching Project students who took exams in subjects offered through the Advanced STEM Access Program—AP Biology, AP Computer Science Principles, and AP Physics 1—achieved notable breakthroughs.  In some cases, those students became the first ever at their schools …

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GTP’s Annual Spring AP Exam Review Program to be Largest Yet

March 2, 2023
The Global Teaching Project provides promising high school students from rural Mississippi communities access to AP STEM courses they need to achieve their full potential, but which their schools typically could not otherwise offer. Those AP courses—in Biology, Physics, and Computer Science—are offered as classes that are part of the …

Physics Students in Summer Program Achieve Major Gains

September 16, 2022

Average Scores on Widely Used Assessment More than Double Physics students from rural Mississippi high schools who attended the Global Teaching Project’s Advanced STEM Summer Preparatory Program achieved “statistically significant” gains, according to independent assessments conducted by the Center for Research and Evaluation (CERE) at the University of Mississippi. Physics …

Akira DeLoach Admitted to MIT

Student Spotlight: Akira DeLoach Admitted to MIT

January 30, 2022

Akira DeLoach, a senior at Enterprise High School in rural Mississippi and a student in the Global Teaching Project’s AP Physics 1 class there, has earned admission to the Class of 2026 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where Akira plans to major in Mechanical Engineering. Akira’s achievement is extraordinary—MIT …