Posted by: Ed Darrell | April 24, 2009

Help cramming for the AP government test

Those wonks at C-SPAN probably know a thing or two about cramming for the AP Government and Politics exam — and so they plan to help out this year:

From: C-SPAN Classroom <>
Date: Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 9:08 AM
Subject: Cram for the Exam on C-SPAN
To: [A C-SPAN mailing list]

Dear C-SPAN Classroom member,

On May 4th, approximately 250,000 high school students will take the Advanced Placement U.S. Government exam.  For those of you preparing students for the exam and for any other interested members, C-SPAN would like to invite you and your students to “Cram for the Exam on C-SPAN” on Saturday, May 2nd, during the Washington Journal from 9:00 am to 10:00 am ET.  Two AP Government teachers from Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, IL, Daniel Larsen and Andrew Conneen, will join us as guests on the Washington Journal.  We encourage you and your students to call in to the program with any questions you may have about topics expected to appear on the AP exam.


C-SPAN Classroom

You can now follow C-SPAN Classroom on Twitter for daily programming updates and C-SPAN Classroom related announcements: <>

Great idea, really.

Tip of the Liberty Cap to Billy Schulman at Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, Maryland, near my old home.


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