Conference Call: The Politicization of the College Board

David Randall

Join NAS next Wednesday, March 27, at 2:00 PM Eastern for a conference call to discuss the ways in which many of the Advanced Placement tests—including AP US History and AP European History—have become politicized and weakened.

Director of Research David Randall will walk through where the problems are with the College Board’s AP tests, what success NAS has had in pushing for reforms, and what else should be done.

What: Politicization of the College Board Conference Call
When: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00-3:00 PM Eastern
Where: Call in to 855-369-0450 and use the conference code 52-275-553 #.

To RSVP and receive follow-up resources after the call, please register here.

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