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All Access – News for Members

Create your own #backtoschoolfavorite
08/25/2014
Share what you're most excited about this back-to-school season with All Access and the College Board! Whether it's the fall foliage, or a new #2 pencil, we want to know what motivates you this time of year as students gear up for another year of learning.
College Board Forum 2014, Oct. 27-29, Las Vegas, NV
08/14/2014

The College Board Forum is the preeminent annual gathering of K–12 and higher education professionals from all areas of expertise.

The Forum offers a wealth of sessions and workshops led by experienced colleagues that focus on finding solutions to today’s most pressing education issues.

08/06/2014

On July 15, 2014, the Fifth Circuit issued its opinion in the Fisher litigation, on remand from the Supreme Court. The three-judge panel (in a 2-1 decision) upheld the University of Texas at Austin’s race-conscious admission policy. The College Board's Access & Diversity Collaborative shares its case analysis on the decision with All Access.

David Coleman and Stefanie Sanford at Next New World Conference
07/18/2014

David Coleman, President of the College Board and Stefanie Sanford, Chief of Global Policy & Advocacy both joined other national thought leaders at the Thomas Friedman Next New World Conference on June 12, 2014.

Ángela María García, Executive Director of College Planning and Access, College Board
07/15/2014
Ángela María García, Executive Director of College Planning and Access for the College Board blogged for firstgenerationstudent.com, and laid out ten ideas for students gearing up to start college in the fall. From completing all necessary financial aid and housing forms, to shopping for school supplies, García's tips aim to help students transition into the next big phase in their lives.
William E. Harner, Ph.D., Superintendent of Schools, Quakertown Community School District
07/15/2014
Quakertown Community School District Superintendent William Harner chats with All Access at the 2014 AP® Annual Conference about what information he will take back to his district, and what he's learning from his colleagues across the country to improve student outcomes in his district.
John Quiñones talks to AP teachers at 2014 AP Annual Conference
07/15/2014
John Quiñones, host of ABC’s What Would You Do?, closed out the 2014 AP Annual Conference by sharing his experiences as the first in his family to go to college. Quiñones, who grew up in San Antonio, told the audience that he dreamed of going to college, but his teachers and counselors steered him away from more challenging classes. It wasn’t until his 10th-grade teacher told him that she liked his writing that he began to think more seriously about opportunities like AP.
Audience members ask questions during AP Annual Convention Town Hall with David Coleman
07/15/2014
College Board President David Coleman took questions from a town hall audience at the 2014 AP Annual Conference and spoke frankly about the importance and future of AP. The audience asked about the development of the College Board’s grade 6–12 work, the expansion of programs like SpringBoard® and AP Capstone™, changes to AP credit policies, the integration of mathematics into the new AP Biology curriculum, and the perpetuation of unproductive anxiety tied to the college admission process.
Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss opens the 2014 AP Annual Conference
07/11/2014
Award-winning historian Michael Beschloss opened the 2014 AP® Annual Conference with anecdotes and insights about the leaders that have shaped our nation. In describing the lives of leaders like President Abraham Lincoln, President Lyndon B. Johnson, and Elvis Presley, Beschloss attempted to answer the question: why is history important in an era of instant access to real-time news and events?
Stephen Farmer, vice provost for enrollment and undergraduate admissions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
06/27/2014
Stephen Farmer, vice provost for enrollment and undergraduate admissions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, discusses implications of the Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action and Fisher v. University of Texas Supreme Court decisions for admission officers and the importance of diversity in higher education.

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