This February, Harper College was awarded $25,000 for building whole-college solutions to improve student success and equity. Harper College president Ken Ender has served on the College Board's Board of Trustees since 2014.
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Less than a week after the first administration of the redesigned SAT, College Board president David Coleman and Khan Academy founder Sal Khan announced a major milestone: more than one million students have used Khan Academy’s free, world-class test prep materials to practice for the exam.
This week we welcomed educators, counselors, policymakers, advocates, and a wide line-up of exemplary leaders to Charlotte for two events that are at the center of the College Board’s mission. If you were unable to attend A Dream Deferred: The Future of African American Education or the national conference of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, or if you want to relive a talk or share it with your colleagues, please check out the links below:
The College Board and the redesigned SAT took center stage this month: national and local media outlets highlighted changes to the exam and how they benefit students, and students voiced their support for the new format and Khan Academy’s free practice tools.
A press release from the College Board, released on March 5, 2016, after the first administration of the redesigned SAT.
Nick Anderson of the Washington Post sat down with David Coleman for an article out today about the new SAT and its implications for students. Read the full article here on All Access.
The following post originally appeared on Forbes.com on March 1, 2016. Read the original here.
On March 5, high school students across the country will sit down to take a new version of the SAT college admission test. Here are some important things they should keep in mind before arriving at their test center.