DeSantis admin and College Board continue fight over African American studies course


LAHASSEE, Fla. — The DeSantis administration and College Board are continuing to clash over whether Florida’s loud objections to an African American studies course played any role in shaping the curriculum. In

a letter this week, Florida education officials allege that they initially raised questions in July about whether the Advanced Placement coursework was legal under the state’s anti- “woke” laws restricting how race can be taught in the classroom. The new timeline detailed by Florida directly conflicts with recent statements by the nonprofit and comes as the state is reviewing the updated curriculum. Th


College Board on Thursday refuted

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