College Board steps up AP oversight

12/19/2005 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Concerns over the rigor of Advanced Placement classes have prompted the College Board to require all high schools offering such courses validate that the content and instruction indeed are of college-level caliber. While some educators welcome the new rules, others fear the change will hamper teaching flexibility and burden teachers.

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