Individuals with higher education levels earn more, pay more taxes, and are more likely than others to be employed and to have job benefits such as retirement and health insurance. Adults with more education are also more likely to move up the socioeconomic ladder and less likely to rely on public assistance, according to Education Pays 2016, the latest report from the College Board’s Trends in Higher Education series.
All Access – News for Members
At the College Board, "We must dedicate ourselves once again to clearing a path for all students to own their future," said President and CEO David Coleman at the 2016 National Summit on Education Reform.
Mike Hanson, Superintendent of Fresno Unified School District in California, announced this week he is stepping down next August. Supt. Hanson is a long-time friend and partner of the College Board and has transformed the district into a model of excellence and innovation.
New resources are available to help school counselors and college access advisors assist students during the college admission process.
The Council of National School Counseling and College Access Organizations has launched a new website (http://schoolcounselingcollegeaccess.org/) containing tools for college advising.