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The final straw?

August 05, 2013

If you know anything about me and my views on the College Board AP Chemistry audit process, then you’ll already know that my confidence in it is close to zero, and my respect for the whole process is basically non-existent. You can read about my audit saga here.

If you read that post, you’ll see that the final entry is one that explains that my syllabus was approved on 7/31/13. The end of the story one might think, however, not so fast! Today (8/5/13), I received an email from the chief auditor no less, telling me that someone will be contacting me to explain how I can adjust my syllabus in order for it to be approved’! Embarrassing.

I’d like to say that I’m surprised, but I’m not. How’s your level of confidence in the reliability and worthiness of the College Board AP Chemistry audit process??

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