Noah Lipman, Esq. is a retired trial attorney who has taught at the law school, college and high school level. From 2004-2018 he was a professor at Monmouth University in the history department, where his courses were cross listed with the political science and business departments. He was also the CO-AP® Coordinator at Long Branch High School, a Title I urban district school in New Jersey, where he taught AP® American Government and Politics; AP® US History; and AP® Macro Economics. He created and maintained a dual credit program with Monmouth University for the students in his AP courses. He has served as a Reader for the annual scoring of the AP® Government and Politics and APUS History exams for the last 12 years. He is one of the original national mentors for the APUS History program and is a trainer of new consultants in the subject of AP Government. In 2010 he was honored by College Board as one of their national teachers of the year. In 2012 he was named as a finalist at Monmouth University for the Martin Luther King Unsung Hero award. In 2015 he was honored as the winner of the Alfred Sloan award for teaching economics by the Council for Economic Education (CEE). He is a Master Teacher and National Webinar Presenter for CEE. He is a previous member of the New York Federal Reserve Bank’s education advisory committee and the coach for the high school’s Fed Challenge and Euro Challenge economic teams as well as their Mock Trial teams. He is a consultant for College Board in the subjects of APUSH and AP Government and has presented workshops across the country in those subjects. In August, 2018 he assumed a new position as a Master Teacher-AP Specialist for the San Antonio Independent School District where he also teaches AP Government, APUS History, and AP Macro Economics.