Between March 15 and May 9, more than 400 #Collegiance contest videos were shared on Instagram. Here are the winners!
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This May, the College Board participated in Proof Point Day, a national movement that celebrates first-generation college students and brings together graduates, future first-gen students, and supporters.
Students can now get college planning advice and guidance right from their phones, with the College Board’s CollegeGo mobile app.
This May, more than 300 higher education professionals joined Jack Buckley, Senior Vice President of Research, and Stacy Caldwell, Vice President of College Readiness Assessments, for a “live FAQ” about scores from the new SAT. Stacy and Jack addressed and answered the most pressing questions we’ve heard from the higher ed and K-12 communities about new SAT scores.
The following article originally appeared on Forbes.com on May 12, 2016. Read the original post.
In 2014, the College Board announced it would redesign the SAT to better reflect what students need to know to be ready for college, and to connect them with more and better opportunities. Now, scores for the very first administration of the new SAT — which took place in March — are available online.
Today on ACT’s website, ACT CEO Marten Roorda called into question the integrity of the new SAT concordance tables. It is vital to students and our members that we correct this misinformation.
On May 9, scores from the March SAT® administration were provided to educators in a data file on the new integrated score portal. Students will receive their scores on May 10. Check out the College Board's resources for accessing, understanding, and using new SAT scores.
Over the last few weeks, millions of high school students have celebrated years of hard work by announcing their college decisions in creative, original ways. The College Board has been following the excitement on social media through the #Collegiance contest.
To celebrate the 10th annual Prepárate conference and highlight the importance of the Advanced Placement Program, the College Board and the New York City Department of Education hosted a community event for over 300 Latino students and their families on April 18.