"This College Board, like, nobody elected them to anything. They're just kind of there, and they're providing service," he said at a press conference, according to The Hill. "So you can either utilize those services or not. And they've provided these AP courses for a long time, but, you know, there are probably some other vendors who may be able to do that job as good or maybe even a lot better."
DeSantis mulls axing AP courses amid row with College Board over African American history course
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