Peter W. Wood sits down with NAS Director of Research David Randall to discuss the College Board.
Marc S. Anderson writes about the political skew in an AP U.S. History teacher-training seminar.
NAS President Peter Wood reviews what has gone wrong with the APUSH standards.
NAS president Peter Wood evaluates APUSH 2.0 and considers the possibility of greater improvements.
High school AP U.S. history teachers are coming forward to share their dissatisfaction with the current version of the College Board’s APUSH framework.
Dr. Wood discusses the revised APUSH standards with a panel on To the Point, hosted by Warren Olney.
KC Johnson gives four reasons the revised APUSH standards are an improvement.
An update on the College Board's re-revised standards for AP U.S. History.
A radio interview with Lars Larson.
In this preliminary response to the new version of AP U.S. history released July 30 by the College Board, historian Larry Schweikart critiques the wording of a number of sections.
Wall Street Journal columnist Daniel Henninger weighs in on the new APUSH course.
The new APUSH reforms has its roots in a longstanding attempt to claim American history for leftist political purposes.
A group of historians write that the new AP U.S. History framework neglects the civic purpose of history education.
A compendium of relevant documents and critiques of the new AP US History standards
Lynne Cheney, leader of the 1990s opposition to politicized US history, comes out strongly against the new AP US History.
What do most students know about US history? Very little. What to do about it? Good question.
Kevin T. Brady finds the APUSH standards a far greater problem than Common Core.
John C. Chalberg finds the APUSH standards for the Post-Civil War era deceptively simple.
Robert L. Paquette describes his encounter with AP history at the high school level.
Jonathan Bean isn't terribly upset about the new APUSH course.
University of Virginia historian Joseph Kett finds the APUSH course unteachable.
Brooklyn College historian KC Johnson finds the new AP history standards heavy on skills, light on content.