Six Latina students from NYC, California, and New Jersey inspired educators and theirs peers at this year's Prepárate conference.
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Francisco Cortes, vice president of Fox News Latino, sat down with three high school students to discuss the benefits of AP coursework and what educators can do to help their students succeed.
Dr. Carlos Campo, president of Ashland University in Ohio and chair of the Alliance for Hispanic Education for the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), joined David Coleman at Prepárate to discuss how we can best help Latino students succeed.
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.
This year, Prepárate began with an inspiring keynote by New York City School Chancellor Carmen Fariña. “Our immigrant kids are an asset, not a deficit,” she told the audience of more than 700 attendees.
On March 28, David Coleman delivered a keynote address to more than 5,000 educators at the National Catholic Education Association’s annual conference. Coleman’s remarks focused on two themes: the unique value of religious education, and the College Board’s responsibility to ensure assessments deliver opportunity to all students.
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.