On February 5, 2020, more than 300 students and educators from nearly 20 Georgia schools converged on the state capitol in Atlanta to advocate for continued support for Advanced Placement (AP).
All Access – News for Members
In late 2019, the College Board named Priscilla Rodriguez as its Vice President of College Readines
February is a time when colleges and universities celebrate Financial Aid Awareness Month. Financial aid practitioners across the country will be reaching out to students and families to heighten awareness about the aid process. A walk across a college campus or a quick search of financial aid websites reveals a variety of campus campaigns and promotions designed to capture the att
More than 10 million students have signed up for free SAT practice on Khan Academy in 5 years.
College Board’s 2020 Colloquium brought together college and university leaders from across the country for three days of intense conversation about admissions ethics, data transparency, public trust, and much else.
Policymakers around the country are studying new ideas that can help more students prepare for the academic demands of college.
Surge in Female Students Contributes to Gains in Rural Participation & Performance
On November 6, 2019 at the College Board Annual Forum, the Access and Diversity Collaborative (ADC) released its latest publication,
Today, Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE) released an extensive report outlining specific actions taken by district leaders to improve California students’ college readiness, access, and success.
On November 6, 2019 at The College Board’s annual forum, we at Bloomberg Philanthropies shared our work and progress on our College Access and Success programs, CollegePoint and the American Talent Initiative. During the session, we discussed the problem of under-matching for high-achieving, lower-income students and how we are working to address this issue.