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.
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States continue to make investments to increase the number of students succeeding in advanced computer science course work.
This week the New York City Department of Education announced record numbers of NYC students are taking and scoring a 3 or higher on AP Exams.
On January 20-22 in La Jolla, California, connect with college presidents and other senior professionals in enrollment, admission, financial aid, and academia. Tackle challenges and spark new ideas on the theme of “Higher Ed: Delivering the Promise Under Pressure.”
The Educational Opportunity Center celebrates five decades of helping D.C. residents realize their educational and career dreams.
This year’s SAT Suite of Assessments results show scores on PSAT-related assessments increasing across demographics and grade levels, and growing momentum for assessments that deliver opportunity.
The West Virginia Department of Education has announced that all high school juniors will take the SAT as the statewide summative assessment beginning in spring 2018.
The College Board’s Language LEAP program is a summer language immersion program designed to help students build on the essential skills needed to succeed in their AP Chinese classes.
A New York City educator reflects on the how the AP program has expanded opportunities for the students in his school.
Hard-working, innovative, and making the world a better place; that’s how the senior class of 2017 would like to be seen.
The College Board conducted a survey of 27,000 students, one of our largest surveys, from the graduating class of 2017, titled “College Board Survey: On the Road to College—and Beyond,” to gain insight into the students’ college application experience and career aspirations.