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All Access – News for Members

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10/28/2014
With day one in the bag for Forum 2014, we’ve seen a lot of healthy, inspiring conversations on social media. Here are some of our favorite posts.
Jill Hersha, Coordinator IV-Guidance & Counseling, Clark County School District
10/28/2014
Dr. Joyce Brown led a panel session on FAFSA resources and information, and engaged educators from Clark County School District in a conversation about the future of financial aid.
Sal Khan, founder and executive director of the Khan Academy
10/28/2014
Sal Khan, founder and executive director of the Khan Academy, delivered the opening College Board Forum plenary session to a packed ballroom, sharing the story of how Khan Academy came to be and how the Khan Academy and the College Board are working together to ensure that every student has access to a high-quality education.
Members of the Academic Assembly vote to approve new members
10/28/2014
The Academic Assembly met Monday afternoon to discuss priorities, and explore how College Board initiatives can effect change for the academic community in the coming year.
Nicole Young, Associate Director of Social Justice
10/27/2014
Students who take challenging course work in high school, particularly Advanced Placement (AP), are more likely to get into and graduate from colleges of their choice, and educational and political institutions are taking note. In a morning colloquium, College Board Associate Director of Social Justice Nicole Young and two former high school teachers -- Colorado State Representative James Wilson and Towson University Professor of Mathematics Gail Kaplan – discussed innovative projects aimed at providing more students with the access and the will to challenge themselves academically.
New Attendee Welcome Panelists Discuss Getting the Most out of Forum 2014
10/27/2014
More than 150 first-time Forum attendees got some insider tips on how to get the most out of their Forum experience as part of the “New Attendee Welcome” session Monday morning.

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