The College Board says it heard the critics out and made needed changes.
SOURCE: New York Magazine
Representative Dan Fisher, who introduced the bill, lamented during Monday's hearing that the new AP U.S. History framework emphasizes "what is bad about America" and doesn't teach "American exceptionalism."
SOURCE: The Atlantic
The College Board is changing the AP course to reverse the cultural and racial bias found in the art world
Now students are expected to know about the art produced by non-Western cultures.
"The Organization of American Historians supports the Revised Framework for the Advanced Placement and U.S. History Course and Exam."
by National Council for History Education
Complaints about the College Board’s recently released Advanced Placement United States History (APUSH) Framework seem misplaced.
SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
David Coleman, College Board president, said he hoped the unprecedented move of releasing an exam to non-certified A.P. teachers would quell concerns that framework neglected or misrepresented important parts of American history.
SOURCE: Rambling Historian (blog)
"Most of these essays were like a field freshly spread with manure – a brain dump, a big pile of misinformation poorly written and poorly organized."
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