What's next for AP math?

04/4/2013 | Education Week

A College Board official recently told education reporter Erik Robelen that the board is considering developing a new Advanced Placement math course. "We don't know what it would be yet," said Auditi Chakravarty, vice president for AP curriculum, instruction and assessment at the College Board. "We have AP statistics, AP calculus, and AP computer science, so is there another? ... Is it college algebra? Applied mathematics?" Chakravarty also said a new AP accounting course is under consideration after a recent meeting with the American Institute of CPAs.

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