The Case of the Missing Data on AP Students
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July 29, 20226 min read1255 words
Published: July 29, 2022  |  6 min read1255 words
For years, educators and researchers alike have looked into the national underrepresentation of students of color—especially Black and Latino students—in Advanced Placement courses offered by the nonprofit College Board. It’s an issue of equity, researchers say, especially consid...
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3 days ago
Interesting article about how absence of data can be seen as problematic. Content looks at the underrepresentation of black and latin students in advanced placement courses. The article discusses how courses have been rewritten in an attempt to have better reach within these communities but avoids the social problem that is evident. These subcultures in America have decided that education is not paramount to long-term success and the author has omitted this necessary fact to better comprehend their under performance in educational achievement.
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