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National Initiatives on K-12 STEM Education

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2014 Public Policy Colloquium


Washington, D.C.

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February 10, 2014

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February 10, 2014

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February 12, 2014

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Auditi Chakravarty The College Board

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Auditi Chakravarty is Vice President of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for the College
Board’s Advanced Placement program. In addition to overseeing the annual administration and
scoring of AP exams in 34 subjects, Auditi directs the development and continuous
improvement of AP and pre-AP courses, assessments, and professional development. This
includes updates to currently existing courses and exams, as well as designing and developing
new ones. Auditi’s professional background is in teaching and learning; she has worked in a
range of different capacities on the development and delivery of educational programs and
services for students and educator in Grades K – 20, including working with large urban school
districts on developing curriculum and instruction solutions to improve student achievement.
Before joining the AP program, she served as VP for Curriculum & Learning and VP of Product
Development at Kaplan Test Prep, prior to which she held editorial leadership and curriculum
development positions with other educational content providers. Auditi began her career as a
high school English teacher, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and Masters in Education
from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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Chakravarty, A. (2014, February), National Initiatives on K-12 STEM Education Paper presented at 2014 Public Policy Colloquium , Washington, D.C..

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