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West Virginia Selects the SAT as the Statewide High School Assessment

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.

New Language and Cultural Pilot Helps Students Build Confidence

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.

We Are A Team

A New York City educator reflects on the how the AP program has expanded opportunities for the students in his school.

Reflections from the Graduating High School Class of 2017

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.

Kentucky Partners with the College Board on New Computer Science Initiative

The initiative calls for AP Computer Science Principles to be offered in at least 150 additional high schools.


Through new features on Khan Academy, it’s easier than ever for educators to help their students prepare for the SAT.


The partnership marks the next stage in the College Board’s digital evolution

AP Rural Access Gap Substantially Narrowing
A new report from the Education Commission of the States and the College Board documents how as rural student participation on AP Exams has increased, performance has not declined.
Practice Pays Off: Jazmín Regalado (Fort Sumner, NM)

In an article titled “Student Shows Improving Standardized Test Scores Takes Practice, Not Money,” NBC News profiled Jazmín Regalado—a rising senior, student athlete, and aspiring medical student from New Mexico—who used Official SAT Practice to boost her test scores by hundreds of points.

APAC Got a Wild Start

Cheryl Strayed, best-known for her New York Times bestseller, WILD, spoke to this year's AP Annual Conference attendees about her struggles in college and what they taught her.