Table of Contents
|2. Overview of Advanced Study Programs in Chemistry in U.S. High Schools||3-10|
|3. Quality and Content of the Learning Experience for Students||11-22|
|4. Teachers and Teaching||23-27|
|5. Outcomes of AP and IB Chemistry Courses||28-31|
|6. Summary and Recommendations||32-34|
|Appendix A: Charge to the Content Panels from the Parent Committee||37-39|
|Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of the Chemistry Panel Members||40-42|
|Appendix C: Background Materials Provided to the Panel||43-45|
|Appendix D: Suggested Modifications of Examination Questions||46-54|
|Appendix E: Research Agenda for Advanced Studies in High School Chemistry||55-56|
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