AEC Releases New U.S. History Course

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American Education Corp. has introduced a new year-long, high school-level United States History course for its A+nywhere Learning System program.

The 34-lesson course follows standards set by the National Council of Social Studies, as well as a compilation of state standards for comprehensive U.S. History I courses appropriate for grades 9 through 12.

The materials package for each lesson includes a study guide, practice exercises, a mastery test, and an essay or constructed response. Lessons draw from sources such as historical documents, U.S. Census charts, and biographical information.

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