My AP European History Friends and Colleagues

2008-09 Development Committee Members









These dedicated educators play a critical role in the preparation of the Course Description and exam. They represent diverse points of view and areas of expertise. As a group, they are the authority in their fields when it comes to making subject-matter decisions in the exam-construction process. The AP Development Committees represent a unique collaboration between high school and college educators.

Committee Chair
Celia S. Applegate, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

Committee Members
Julie Allen, South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, Greenville, South Carolina
Edward Carson, Houston Christian High School, Houston, Texas
John F. DeFelice, University of Maine at Presque Isle, Presque Isle, Maine
Lloyd S. Kramer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Pamela K. Wolfe, Yeshiva of Greater Washington, Silver Spring, Maryland

Chief Reader
Jeffrey Hamilton, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

ETS Assessment Specialists: Lawrence Beaber and Paul Borysewicz


8 thoughts on “My AP European History Friends and Colleagues

  1. Are you saying something with the “S” on your shirt? You and your brother look a like. So, there is a rumor about you and your academic future in circulation. Boston? Interesting. I will be calling you soon. Enjoy classes. I love this group picture. Boy you guys look so smart.

  2. Unique? Most high school textbooks are written by comparable teams. Perhaps it the presence of Mr. Carson that renders it unique?

    Clearly, you are among the power brokers. Wield your power wisely.

  3. I am all about doing what it takes to make my students better. At times that means presenting history the correct way or being very active in the field out off campus. Thanks for the props Dillon. Cant wait to have you in my class next fall.

  4. I may not agree with Carson sometimes (about a lot of things actually), but I think the fact that he is involved in so many out of school efforts to better students educations only makes him a better teacher. So James, I would like to ask you to kindly shut up.

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