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The Fourth of July Is Almost Here!

Ah, the Fourth of July. Most Americans will get together with family and friends, fire up the grill, enjoy some tasty drinks, and have a grand old time. 531 more words


TCU|Week One Down|2015

I arrived in Ft. Worth on June 28th; I am here until July 10 leading an AP history institute. Week one was a blast, with another week left. 97 more words


Daily Changes to the AP Euro Redesign

I received some great questions from a colleague about how to approach the new curriculum in AP European History. In fact, they were such great questions that I figured many of us are asking ourselves the same things. 836 more words


Historical Thinking Skills on the Euro Exam

I’ve written much lately about the decisions history teachers have to make when balancing breadth and depth of knowledge. Well, folks, it’s not just about knowledge any more. 206 more words


Let Gifted Students Accelerate

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Report card time is over and many parents are perplexed, some angry, that their smart kids, didn’t do well. 140 more words

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Students: View Your AP Exam Scores Online in July

Students, don’t forget that your AP Exam scores will be available online beginning July 6. In order to access your scores online, you will need to set up a College Board account if you have not done so already. 136 more words

Advanced Placement

Rethinking the Teaching of European History

For AP European History teachers, this summer is all about the redesign. What does it mean? How will it affect my teaching? Why would they do this to me after my years of dedication? 182 more words