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Education Outreach and Partnerships
School of Education
Teacher Education Building
225 N. Mills Street - Suite 264
MadisonWI  53706-1691

Tel: 608/890-3091
Fax: 608/265-4309

Email: outreachinfo@education.wisc.edu
or by contact form



The Education Outreach and Partnerships office is a member/partner of the Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council. Advanced Placement is a high school academic program with courses in more than 30 subjects that culminate with college-level assessments. Exams are graded on a scale of one to five, with a score of three or higher considered successful and eligible for credit or advanced standing at most colleges and universities. According to College Board, earning a score of three, or higher, on an AP exam is a good predictor of a student’s ability to succeed in college academic studies and graduate. 

The Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council (WAPAC) which is comprised of PK-16 educational practitioners wishes to promote advanced placement opportunities for Wisconsin youth. 

If you are an AP educator, consider UW-Madison's Advanced Placement Summer Institute 2018, a week-long program designed to teach best practices for AP instruction.
WAPAC Membership
Jon Oestreich, Chair
Wisconsin Virtual School
CESA #9/Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative
Andy Houpt
College Board
Mark Schwingle
WI PDI Division for Academic Excellence
Kyle Smith
Superior High School
Superior School District
Corey Sjoquist
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Admissions Office
Abbie Fishman
Milwaukee Public Schools
Elisabeth K. Mallegn
Milwaukee Public Schools
Dawn Nordine
CESA #9/Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative
Matthew Freid
University of
Ryan Christianson
Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools
Matthew Kleinschmidt
Beloit Schools
Salvador Carranze
University of
Laurie Fellenz
Madison School District
Dr. Ethan Netterstro
Madison School District
Dan Dargenio
Marshfield School District
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