Due to recent spikes in applications in the last few years, the Office of Admissions has implemented more ways of gathering information on prospective students. They are finishing up their third year of using the Environmental Context Dashboard (ECD).
All Access – News for Members
We were determined to have a president who would not accept current history as inevitable...From time to time you choose to be different because you choose not to atrophy and because you choose to make the world a different place..." - Former Chair, the Board of Trustees of the College Board John T. Casteen III, 1986
The College Board membership team is excited to announce a new benefit for members—access to the online Membership Community. College Board hopes that this tool will provide an easier and more accessible way for professionals to engage with College Board membership.
At the College Board’s 2nd annual India Global Higher Education Alliance Symposium, leaders from the Alliance’s member universities gathered with prominent experts from the World Bank, Brookings India, Manipal Education Group and the Consortium for Higher Education Research in Asia (CHERA), to discuss how to advance higher education i
Every spring, thousands of students experience the thrill of being accepted to college. Now, many high school students in the class of 2019 are taking an important step on their journey to college: making a college decision. It’s a big achievement, so we want to take this moment to celebrate with them.
Moreno Valley Unified School District students, teachers, district and school administrators, and College Board leadership came together at Valley View High School to
While the launch of the College Board Opportunity Scholarships in October of 2018 was an exciting time for College Board, even more exciting is watching counselors embrace the program and helping students achieve their college and career goals.
On March 13, more than 200 students and teachers from across New York State visited the Capitol building to meet with legislators and advocate for continued support for Advanced Placement.
Nearly 130 students and 15 teachers from five Massachusetts school districts gathered at the State House in Boston on March 5 to advocate for equal access to Advanced Placement (AP) across the Commonwealth.