SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
College Board backtracks on plan to begin the AP World History exam in the year 1450, saying it will now begin in 1200.
No Roman Empire. No Mongols. No ancient Chinese dynasties or early Indian states. And you can forget about the Incan and Aztec empires before the Europeans dropped their anchors.
The College Board says it’s making the change because the current class covers too much and most colleges teach similar content as two separate courses.
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