This article was originally posted at The Federalist and co-authored by Emmett McGroarty, a senior fellow at the American Principles Project. History repeats itself. The College Board, which controls much of the curriculum in American high schools through Advanced Placement (AP) courses that can
The National Association of Scholars (NAS), which has done valuable work on the College Board’s attempt to impose a leftist national U.S. history curriculum through its Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. History course (APUSH), has kept its eye on the ball. NAS just released
The New York Times ran a great piece today chronicling the grassroots movement against the new, politically slanted A.P U.S. History framework and cited the involvement of the American Principles Project and The Pulse 2016 contributor Jane Robbins from the very beginning of the fight.
This piece was co-authored with APIA senior fellow Jane Robbins in The Daily Caller: When teachers and scholars began to speak out against its 2014 Advanced Placement U. S. History (APUSH) Framework, the College Board initially dismissed the critics as extremists unworthy of
Princeton University professor and APIA founder Robert George was among 55 scholar signatories on a letter released Tuesday expressing strong opposition to the College Board’s new AP U.S. History framework. Addressing an issue first brought to the public’s attention last year by the American Principles