For the first time in academic history, high school students across the nation now have the option to take an African American Advanced Placement course, AKA AP courses. This is apart of the new pilot program introduced by the College Board, which developed the course curriculum with high school teachers at Howard University.
60 schools across the U.S. will offer the new AP class as part of their fall curriculum. More schools are expected to be added during the pilot’s second year. For more information on this story, click on link below: