Seattle Plans to Get Rid of AP and Honors Classes in All of Their Public Schools
Introduction In many schools across the nation, AP and Honors classes are offered to students who want to challenge themselves in particular subjects. According to PrepScholar, AP classes are “designed to give you the experience of an intro-level college class while you’re still in high school.” They can also sometimes be used for college credit, […]
School Segregation in Little Rock—Is it Ancient History?
Introduction The Civil Rights Movement ended in 1968, shortly after the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. It wasn’t all smooth sailing from there on out, but the fight for racial equality in the United States left many impactful legacies, including the “Little Rock Nine.” Sixty-two years later, residents of the Arkansas city fear their […]