The College Board on Saturday accused the Florida Department of Education of “slander,” after ongoing critiques of its Advanced Placement (AP) African American Studies course, which was rolled out in a pilot program across 60 unnamed U.S. high schools this year. It is unclear if any of those schools are in Florida.
“Our commitment to AP African American Studies is unwavering,” wrote the College Board in a statement before expressing regret for the way it had handled the ongoing tension with the state’s Education Department.
“We deeply regret not immediately denouncing the Florida Department of Education’s slander, magnified by
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It’s about time they as well as countless others stood up against the lunatic policies being promoted by power seeking ingrates who are seemingly racist to the core.