College & Workforce Readiness What's Next for AP? 4 Takeaways From a College Board Official
In a recent interview with Education Week, the head of the Advanced Placement program discussed a variety of priorities and principles.
College & Workforce Readiness Q&A Are Some Students Taking Too Many AP Courses? A College Board Official Responds
AP program head says one to two courses a year "optimizes" college readiness and helps increase access for other students.
College & Workforce Readiness Q&A College Board Leader Discusses Controversy Over AP Courses
Trevor Packer, head of the College Board's AP program, answers EdWeek's queries about the nonprofit's future—and its recent curriculum controversies.
College & Workforce Readiness Video College Board Official: We Don’t Dictate How AP Courses Are Taught
College Board offers insight on its course expectations, and methods for improving student diversity within those classes.
Social Studies Florida vs. College Board: The Fight Over AP Psychology Puts Students in Limbo
The organization that oversees the Advanced Placement program said Florida has “effectively banned AP Psychology in the state.”
College & Workforce Readiness College Board Revisits Contentious Decisions, Edits to AP African American Studies Course
Decisions around AP African American Studies and the future of AP program overall were among discussion points.
Curriculum College Board Says It Won't Edit AP Courses, Despite Pressure From States
The nonprofit has previously said if required topics are censored in AP courses, students could lose credit.
Equity & Diversity Demonstrations Staged Nationwide Denounce Restrictions on Teaching, Book Bans
On May 3, education and civil rights leaders led rallies and teach-ins against efforts to limit race discussions in public education.
Social Studies The College Board Plans to Change AP African American Studies, Details Unclear
The news of changes to the course comes months after debates around whether the course was watered down or too inclusive.
Social Studies Opinion DeSantis’ Take on AP African American Studies Was Principled. The Media’s Response Was Not
News coverage characterized the concern as an unwillingness to teach about racism rather than how to teach it.
Social Studies AP African American Studies: How Other States Are Responding After Florida's Ban
These are the states that have taken a stance on the AP African American Studies course.
Social Studies How AP African American Studies Came Under Attack: A Timeline
New information from College Board and Florida officials sheds light on the ins and outs of the course's development.
Social Studies What Will Be Taught in College Board's AP African American Studies? Here's a Sample
While there is public outcry over what is not found in the new course, and why, here's a look at some required topics in place.
Equity & Diversity Opinion Educators, We Must Defend AP African American Studies
In an open letter to colleagues, a former Florida educator urges teachers to speak out. "No one will save us."