Over the last few weeks, millions of high school students have celebrated years of hard work by announcing their college decisions in creative, original ways. The College Board has been following the excitement on social media through the #Collegiance contest.
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If the saying is true that states are the laboratories of democracy, then the Sunshine State has perfected an educational strategy that’s worth replicating for Latino students across the country.
George Hyde Hanford served the College Board with distinction for 32 years, including as president from 1979 until his retirement in 1986. Through archived memos, letters, newspaper clippings, and conference agendas, All Access was able to gain insight into legacy of George Hyde Hanford, who died Sunday, April 3 at age 95.
For the second year, the College Board is recognizing the hard work of these students with #Collegiance, a social media contest for students who pledge their collegiance in a creative and original way on Instagram.
The Access & Diversity Collaborative has released its new report on diversity and inclusion, titled "Bridging the Research to Practice Gap: Achieving Mission-Driven Diversity and Inclusion Goals".
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A panel of experts gathered at the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) meeting in Phoenix last week to discuss the implications of test-optional policies and talk about systematic processes that institutions can put in place to increase college access and success for all students. Jack Buckley, senior vice president for research at the College Board, discussed various claims being made about the purpose of assessments like the SAT.