Perapiteticus Wrote:
Jun 27, 2012 4:49 PM
What is your point here? That an AP teacher who applies the rigorous demands of a college-level class (which, in fact, it is) represents nothing more than "bad luck" for a student? It is COMMON for the best and brightest to come to an AP English Lit or AP English Language & Composition class, only to discover that all the pampering and easy grade-making they enjoyed in their other classes did not cut it in an AP Class. Those students "thanking God for a C" are better prepared for college from having taken that class, with that teacher, than the cumulative credits their acquired much more easily over their four years in high school.