As part of on-going efforts to provide school counselors and educators with high quality professional learning opportunities, the Counselor Community Engagement team planned and delivered another successful online Counselor Summer Institute, August 6-12. Free to all attendees, the institute provides counselors and educators training to support students and families through the college admissions process.
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In Learning in the Fast Lane, Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Andrew Scanlan, two of the country’s most respected education analysts, offer a groundbreaking account of Advance Placement (AP). Learning in the Fast Lane traces the story of AP from its mid-twentieth-century origins to its emergence as a springboard to college for high schoolers nationwide, including hundreds of thousands of low-income and underserved minority students.
Colleges consider many things when reviewing an applicant, including their GPA, personal essay, letters of recommendation, test scores, and more.
When there is seemingly so much at stake, it can be hard for students and their families to relax when planning for college.
As thousands of counselors around the United States join a national movement to support students on their college journeys, counselor Ana Sanchez of Azusa High School in Azusa, CA reflects on just how easy it was to link her students with the College Board Opportunity Scholarships. “
The College Board conducted a survey of 110,000 graduating seniors in the class of 2019, our fourth annual and largest survey yet, to gain insight into students’ preparations for college, the application process, financial aid, and career planning.
This article was originally published on the Philanthropy Journal.
There are roughly two million students with parents or guardians serving in the United States Military, and more than 80% of them attend public schools. Frequent moves and the challenges of having parents deployed across the world makes college planning even more complicated for these families.
Changing the face of American higher education is necessary but not inevitable.
At this year’s ACCUPLACER National Conference, stakeholders gathered to discuss trends and issues related to college access, placement testing, retention and completion. This year’s conference also featured something special: a video featuring College Board employees sharing their community college experiences.