Curriculum Vitae: Podcast #2

National Association of Scholars

In this second episode, Peter Wood is joined by NAS director of research David Randall to discuss the College Board. They examine how the College Board has minimized the history of liberty and the role of religion in the AP European History course and excised Benjamin Franklin and James Madison from the AP US History course. Peter and David offer critiques and broad reforms of the College Board and AP programs, including a proposition by the National Association of Scholars to add a third course devoted to Ancient and Medieval European history.

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