College Board audits AP classes

07/18/2007 | NYTimes.com

The College Board is fighting back against schools that slap the "AP" label on classes not authorized by the College Board, which runs the Advanced Placement program. "We've heard of schools that offered AP Botany, AP Astronomy, AP Ceramics, and one Wyoming school with AP Military History," said Trevor Packer, director of the board's Advanced Placement program. "We don't have those subjects."

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