Florida panel recommends new AP physics courses be accepted for algebra-based credit at state colleges and universities

A panel of Florida high school teachers and faculty from state colleges and universities has recommended that the state college and university systems accept scores of 3 and above on the exams for the new AP Physics 1 and 2 courses for both semesters of algebra-based physics credit.

The recommendation of the panel, which met on Friday, will be considered by the state’s Articulation Coordinating Committee today.  If successful there, the State Board of Education will consider approval at its September meeting.

Ohio has already implemented such a policy for its public higher education system.

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