SAT Practice Kickoff Week is a global challenge to get students to link their College Board and Khan Academy accounts and access their personalized SAT study plan based on PSAT/NMSQT scores.
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Last November, College Board President & CEO David Coleman spoke with nearly 200 school board members at the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) Annual Conference.
The College Board and Code.org have partnered with the National Science Foundation’s new AccessCSForAll project to create an AP CSP course that presents no obstacles for students with disabilities, including students who are deaf, blind, and/or have learning disabilities.
The National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) has announced that students in its College Readiness Program substantially outpaced the average rate of growth for scores of 3, 4, or 5 on AP Exams in math, science, and English. Increases in AP math and science achievement were particularly significant for female students, as well as African American and Latino students.
Every student deserves the opportunity to prepare for and participate in rigorous coursework that puts them on a successful path to higher education and the workforce. The College Credit in High School Working Group believes that the tools provided in their new report can help make that aspiration a reality.
The Department of Education will work with the College Board to expand student access to unique, personalized learning pathways, including free, Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy and AP courses.
This past May, millions of students around the world took AP Exams to demonstrate the knowledge and skills they acquired throughout the school year. See some key takeaways from this year’s administration.
J.D. Vance, author of the best-selling memoir Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis, encourages educators to think about how we can better support America's rural students.
"AP CSP helps you become more creative and find different steps to solving a problem,” said Mariama, a student from Wings Academy High School in the Bronx.