College Board Readies Plans for AP Audits
A plan by the College Board to scrutinize high school Advanced Placement courses to ensure that they adhere to college-level standards is getting mixed reviews from educators. Some say the process will add rigor and relevance to their AP programs, while others worry it will just add up to busywork for teachers.
Beginning in January, teachers of AP courses must submit materials to the College Board proving that their course syllabuses meet the program’s curricular requirements. It is the most extensive scrutiny the program’s New York City-based sponsor has ever undertaken of how AP...
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