There is a teacher retiring at a high school in my district, and I'm being considered to transfer into that spot. One of the classes she teaches is AP US Govt and Politics. I'm sure it's a sought after class, and I know it'll likely be eaten up by a more experienced, existing teacher. But in case it doesn't, I want to be as prepared to take on this challenge. I looked for a curriculum map/standards for this and it wasn't on the county page. I assume it's regulated by a college entity given it's AP. How does the AP system work? Anybody teach AP classes, I imagine because it's tested it has an entrenched curriculum (you teach A, B, C, D, E--in this order, these concepts, etc.). Just trying to wrap my head around it in case I'm presented this challenge. I know if given the resources, I would be able to teach it exceptionally---I just want to know what it is I would teach since I can't find any info on the district page and the existing teacher's page doesn't have any syllabus, calendar, etc.