All Access – News for Members
One of my goals for attending the recent ACCUPLACER & CLEP National Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, was to get an answer to this question: what’s a typical day in the life of an ACCUPLACER user? Find out what I learned!
Four Native students discussed why education matters to them and how we can help Native students thrive at this year's Native American Student Advocacy Institute (NASAI).
At this year’s Forum, Gordon Stanley will be cycling off as Chair of the Oak Circle, handing the post over to Leo Munson, Associate Provost at Texas Christian University. Leo has served on the Oak Circle Advisory Committee for the past three years and has a strong passion for the work that the Oak Circle leads. Learn more about the Oak Circle.
The College Board's Native American Student Advocacy Institute (NASAI) is more than just another event to network, learn, and collaborate at — it’s also an important convening of thought leaders addressing advocacy for native students.
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.
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.
The Brookings Institution recently highlighted a report by two College Board researchers, titled “Student Responsiveness to Earnings Data in the College Scorecard."
Six Latina students from NYC, California, and New Jersey inspired educators and theirs peers at this year's Prepárate conference.
Francisco Cortes, vice president of Fox News Latino, sat down with three high school students to discuss the benefits of AP coursework and what educators can do to help their students succeed.