The College Board Fellowship Program application is now live! The program identifies, recognizes, and rewards rising leaders who are especially effective in closing the achievement and attainment gaps that separate African American, Latino, Asian Pacific and Native American students from their white peers. Members are invited to check out the application and share the information with potential candidates.
All Access – News for Members
Dr. Talithia Williams is best known for lectures and lessons that “take sophisticated numerical concepts and make them understandable to a wide audience.” Her keynote at the New England Regional Forum was no exception, as she dug into data about today’s high school and college students and encouraged audience members to unpack it together.
We're proud to announce two new SpringBoard National Demonstration Schools for English Language Arts: LJ Alleman Middle School in Lafayette Parish, LA, and Tillicum Middle School in Bellevue, WA.
On February 21, more than 50 Kentucky teachers, students, and campus leaders came to the Capitol building for 14 legislative meetings, advocating for AP Exam funding.
The AP Program Results: Class of 2017 report highlights AP participation and performance among public high school students who graduated in 2017, lists states based on their participation and success on AP exams, and examines how AP Computer Science Principles is engaging more students, including those traditionally underrepresented, in computer science.
The College Board is committed to the idea that students can improve through practice. Over the course of this year, we'll be talking to student-athletes about the parallels between what they need to do to achieve success in both the classroom and on the field of play. In this first chapter of an occasional diary - Learning through Practice - the College Board talked to O'Koye Parker, a senior and college-recruited basketball player at Caravel Academy in Bear, Delaware, about how he's approaching his senior year and the importance of practice to his life.
Clint Smith, a writer, teacher, poet, and doctoral candidate in education at Harvard University, brought energy, lyricism, and empathy to a weighty topic facing many educators today: understanding the historical and societal challenges facing underrepresented students and helping them find ways make their voices part of our national conversation.
Stefanie Sanford highlights efforts by iCivics and the College Board to "turn the tide on civic education"—and why it's essential to the health of our nation.
On January 25, more than a hundred Georgia AP students visited the State Capitol for the second annual Georgia AP Day on the Hill.
The New York City Department of Education (NYC DOE) announced Thursday that a record-high number of juniors took the SAT, thanks in large part to the first year of the citywide SAT School Day. The College Board joined NYC DOE at the Hamilton Grande School in Harlem to recognize this achievement.