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Lift Every Voice: Native Students + Education = Power
Four Native students discussed why education matters to them and how we can help Native students thrive at this year's Native American Student Advocacy Institute (NASAI).
Celebrating the College Board’s Oak Circle
At this year’s Forum, Gordon Stanley will be cycling off as Chair of the Oak Circle, handing the post over to Leo Munson, Associate Provost at Texas Christian University. Leo has served on the Oak Circle Advisory Committee for the past three years and has a strong passion for the work that the Oak Circle leads. Learn more about the Oak Circle.
U.S. Supreme Court Announces Second Fisher v. Texas Decision

On June 23, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision on the case of Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.

Trustee Michael McDonough Signs Education Pledge at White House

On June 10, Raritan Valley Community College President and College Board Academic Assembly Council Chairman Michael McDonough was invited to the White House to sign the Fair Chance Higher Education Pledge.

9th Annual NASAI Conference at Arizona State University
The College Board's Native American Student Advocacy Institute (NASAI) is more than just another event to network, learn, and collaborate at — it’s also an important convening of thought leaders addressing advocacy for native students.
Announcing the Winners of #Collegiance 2016

Between March 15 and May 9, more than 400 #Collegiance contest videos were shared on Instagram. Here are the winners!

Celebrating College Board’s First-Gen College Grads!

This May, the College Board participated in Proof Point Day, a national movement that celebrates first-generation college students and brings together graduates, future first-gen students, and supporters.

College Board Launches Free College Planning App for iOS and Android

Students can now get college planning advice and guidance right from their phones, with the College Board’s CollegeGo mobile app.

SAT Score Release: What Does Higher Ed Need to Know?

This May, more than 300 higher education professionals joined Jack Buckley, Senior Vice President of Research, and Stacy Caldwell, Vice President of College Readiness Assessments, for a “live FAQ” about scores from the new SAT. Stacy and Jack addressed and answered the most pressing questions we’ve heard from the higher ed and K-12 communities about new SAT scores.

Students can now get their SAT online score reports.

The following article originally appeared on on May 12, 2016. Read the original post.

In 2014, the College Board announced it would redesign the SAT to better reflect what students need to know to be ready for college, and to connect them with more and better opportunities. Now, scores for the very first administration of the new SAT — which took place in March — are available online.