CollegeBoard, don't cut periods 1-3 in AP World History

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Saghi Naghizadeh
Aug 29, 2020
It’s supposed to be AP World History not just AP European History

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Michelle Bayani
Jun 23, 2020
these critical topics needed to be stated, and not forgotten for generations to come.

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Aaron Torres
1 year ago
The history of oppressed people matter

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Gabriella Schilling
2 years ago
The “normal” class cover so little in the first place. Please don’t take my only Opportunity to lear more. For free.

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Grace Fyfe
2 years ago
I'm signing because I just started taking AP World History this year and the course is already very jumpy. I've been taking AP courses since I was in the eighth grade and this is honestly the most disorganized class I've taken thus far. But what concerns me more is what this test could mean for low-income schools like my own. Because when you, the College Board, charge schools thousands of dollars to give students the chance to take the Pre-AP pre-requisite course you hamper the educational opportunities of low-income students. We all know colleges look for AP classes on an applicants transcripts but when kids from title one schools, who typically come from racial minority-based communities, you only worsen their chances of getting into college. It is time to level the playing field, it is time for College Board to get their act together.

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Tyler Werkman
2 years ago
We need to learn true world history and not be Euro-centric

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Caroline Norris-Mokry
2 years ago
I am signing because this decision has affected my son’s education. The future of our world’s treasures such as the Parthenon depends on educating our children about them!

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Joy Schumann
2 years ago
I need money and I have to sell my answers to some freshman next year

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Tyler Vo
2 years ago
Teaching World History from 1200 onward will cut out arguably the most important parts of World History (Since you know... we wouldn't be having this conversation of we big brained apes didn't invent agriculture)

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James Williams
2 years ago
I love that period in history