College Board considers new AP Engineering course

04/1/2013 | Education Week

The College Board is considering creating its first AP Engineering class for high-school students, and is working with the University of Maryland, the University of Virginia and Project Lead the Way in its efforts, education reporter Erik Robelen writes. One big difference between this course and other AP courses would be use of an e-portfolio instead of a traditional exam. AP Studio Art already uses this element.

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