Public Education
AP test scores double in some subjects in so-called ‘recalibration’

What came first, the chicken or the egg? That seems to be the question with the College Board “recalibrating” Advanced Placement (AP) test scores in the midst of college grade… Read More

July 16, 2024
Public Education
South Carolina Ed Department affirms commitment to African American studies after canceling pilot program

South Carolina is facing criticism for rolling back its AP African American Studies course – but the backlash is severely exaggerated. In a June 4 letter… Read More

June 13, 2024
‘Avoid false balance’: AP style guide aims to silence dissent

(The Daily Signal) – Most news outlets rely on The Associated Press style guide – officially known as the AP Stylebook – as the arbiter for grammar, spelling, and terminology… Read More

April 9, 2024
‘Unworthy of such power.’ College Board’s leftist monopoly in public education needs to end

For many American students, College Board is synonymous with preparing for college. After all, the organization provides AP classes, administers the SAT, and even offers scholarships. But for years, College Board… Read More

November 14, 2023