Updated February 19, 2018
All Access – News for Members
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.
Starting when SAT registration for the 2018-2019 school year opens in April, students who take the SAT or the SAT Subject Tests with a fee waiver will be able to send their official score reports to as many institutions as they want - for free.
Recently, the College Board hosted a series of webinars that highlighted key trends in SAT scores, what these trends mean for the current application cycle, and what enrollment leaders can expect in 2018 and beyond.
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.
The College Board has developed a comprehensive environmental context dashboard tool that will allow admission leaders to make more informed decisions about which students to admit. In a session led by College Board researchers and practitioners from institutions who have utilized the dashboard in its pilot phase to make and analyze admission decisions, participants learned about the intended uses of the tool, what it might look like in practice, and the potential to change the way we think about holistic admission.
The College Board regularly keeps our members and other educators abreast of new developments in our work to ensure the integrity of the testing process and provide students in the U.S. and across the globe with opportunities to take the SAT in a fair testing environment.
Last week, two College Board staff members presented at the National Forum to Advance Rural Education, hosted by the National Rural Education Association and Battelle for Kids.
Franklin College is a small liberal arts institution in Franklin, Indiana that provides an intimate, community service-oriented educational experience for its students. During her first year as Franklin’s Vice President and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Kate Coffman realized that in order to reach enrollment goals and continue to build a dynamic and diverse student body, Franklin needed to reach beyond their typical geographic and demographic targets. And, they needed more information about the students they recruit.