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All Access – News for Members

The College Board Regional Forums are the annual gathering of education professionals across the six regions.
5 Ways to Encourage Native American Students to Pursue a College Degree
At Forum, Ángela Garcia, Executive Director of College and Career Access at the College Board, hosted a roundtable discussion about fostering a college-going culture among Native American students.
Digital Transformation, Seamless Assessment, and a Golf Habit: A Conversation with Denny Way
All Access talked with Denny Way, College Board’s new Chief Research Scientist, Digital Transformation, who came on board this month to lead our work to develop and deliver digital assessments.
College Board Forum: Smart Girls Change the Narrative
College Board President and CEO David Coleman kicked off this year’s Annual Forum with both a commitment and a call to action: “The next generation of students needs to be confident they can own their future. That’s what the College Board must be about. That’s what we will be about.”

New resources are available to help school counselors and college access advisors assist students during the college admission process.

The Council of National School Counseling and College Access Organizations has launched a new website ( containing tools for college advising.

Share your knowledge at the 2017 A Dream Deferred and Prepárate Conferences
We are seeking proposals for the 2017 A Dream Deferred™: The Future of African American Education and the Prepárate™: Educating Latinos for the Future of America conferences.
White House Honors Three College Board Partners
On September 30, three College Board partners—Kim Cook, Nicole Hurd, and Daniel Porterfield—were named “White House Champions of Change for College Opportunity.”
College Board Launches Next-Generation ACCUPLACER Tests
The College Board’s next-generation ACCUPLACER placement tests are now available, with redesigned reading, writing, and math content.
College Board Releases 2016 Program Results

This year's report shows a surge of students are taking the new SAT Suite of Assessments, creating an opportunity pathway for more than six million students. SAT participation increases for test-takers in 2016; and 1.7 million are using free Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy®.