All Access – News for Members
Georgia’s largest school district was honored by the College Board for being a national leader in expanding access to AP courses while simultaneously improving AP Exam performance.
Throughout the month of February, hundreds of Advanced Placement students, educators, and legislators convened in the state capitols of Kentucky, New York, Texas, and Virginia, to celebrate the power of AP.
When Dr. Talithia Williams opened the Southwestern Regional Forum, she identified several seemingly mundane things adults said to her when she was a student. Now that she’s a member of the mathematics faculty at Harvey Mudd College, she attributes much of her success to these words of affirmation.
A California and Nevada teacher discuss why they fought to bring AP Computer Science Principles to their schools.
Research shows states and districts are expanding Advanced Placement access and success for public high school students.
New security policies meant to protect honest students from those seeking an unfair advantage
We challenged school districts across the country to have their students connect their College Board and Khan Academy accounts for a chance to win laptops for their local libraries in addition to receiving free, personalized SAT practice plans.
On February 8, AP students, teachers, and district and school administrators from Jolliet Township High School District 204 celebrated being named a College Board Advanced Placement® District of the Year.
The College Board’s 2017 Western Regional Forum kicked off this week in Orange County with a plenary speech by Youlanda Copeland-Morgan.
College Board President David Coleman shares a message about the recent executive order on immigration.