On January 20-22 in La Jolla, California, connect with college presidents and other senior professionals in enrollment, admission, financial aid, and academia. Tackle challenges and spark new ideas on the theme of “Higher Ed: Delivering the Promise Under Pressure.”
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The Educational Opportunity Center celebrates five decades of helping D.C. residents realize their educational and career dreams.
Hard-working, innovative, and making the world a better place; that’s how the senior class of 2017 would like to be seen.
The College Board conducted a survey of 27,000 students, one of our largest surveys, from the graduating class of 2017, titled “College Board Survey: On the Road to College—and Beyond,” to gain insight into the students’ college application experience and career aspirations.
How to admit a qualified and diverse entering class is a major challenge for US colleges today. Rebecca Zwick, a senior researcher at ETS walks through her recent research to help colleges answer their most pressing admissions questions.
The partnership marks the next stage in the College Board’s digital evolution
We know that access to the internet is still not a given for all students, particularly for low-income students and those in rural areas. A new ConnectHome post takes on the "homework gap" and how access to technology can make all the difference for successfully navigating the college admission process.
Tim Moses, Chief Pychometrician at College Board, has been named the first Robert L. Brennan Chair of Psychometric Research at the College Board, a nationally-recognized, not-for-profit organization focused on expanding access to higher education.
A College Board summer intern, Keanine Griggs, shares reflections from this year's week-long Summer Institute for International Counselors in New York City.
A new article in the New York Times cites research on how adminstering the SAT for free during the school day levels the playing field and opens doors to college for low income students.
This year more than 250 teachers, counselors, higher education leaders, and policy makers gathered on the beautiful grounds of the Tamaya to honor 10 years of the Native American Student Advocacy Institute (NASAI).