Leon High School in Tallahassee Florida on July 21, 2022. Credit: Danielle J. Brown
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As Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to chastise the century-old College Board and its related programs — from honors-level Advanced Placement courses to college entrance exams — eliminating those activities could create a dramatically different school experience for Florida high schoolers.
In just 2022, nearly 200,000 students in Florida took the college entrance exam called the SAT, and tens of thousands of high school students have participated in Advanced Placement courses that could lead to earning college credits ahead of schedule.
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Untrue, math, science, economics, most all subjects are unaffected by indoctrinating bias. It will not deter students from a bright future and little doubt about their future.