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Florida rejects AP African American Studies Course


Florida Department of Education has rescinded an AP African-American Studies course. They claim that it is against state law and largely lacks educational value.

“As presented,” the course’s content is clearly against Florida law. It also significantly lacks educational value. letter This is the message from Brian Barnes, senior director of College Board Florida Partnership at the Department of Education’s Office of Articulation. “If College Board is willing to return to the table with legal, historically accurate content in the future, FDOE will continue to be open to reopening the discussion.”

College Board reports that the course will be piloted in 60 schools between 2022 and 2023, with hundreds of additional schools participating in 2023-2024. According to National Review, a Florida State University lab school is involved — the outlet reported that the James G. Martin Center in North Carolina sought the release of curriculum and related material, but associate general counsel…

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