Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Home Stretch

We are just over three months out from the APWH exam and the evidence is piling up that my students are developing the skills it takes to be an “AP student”. The first semester for most students was a bloodbath. … Continue reading

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The Antidote to the Dangers

The debate around the new AP US History standards hits all of the tensions between coverage v. skills. Omit the wrong president and someone will cry “revisionist!” The National Council for History Education’s position on the standards is, as expected, … Continue reading

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