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All Access – News for Members

Drumroll Please: The Winners of #Collegiance 2017

From thousands of photo, Boomerang, and video submissions, ten winners were selected. 

Register Now! New Access & Diversity Collaborative Webinar: Making the Most of the Summer Enrollment Planning Process

On June 12 the College Board’s Access and Diversity Collaborative will host the first of its free 2017 webinars: Making the Most of the Summer Enrollment Planning Process. 

Members in the News: Henderson Wins Innovator of Color Award

At this year’s ASU GSV Summit, College Board Trustee Kaya Henderson was named winner of the 2017 Innovator of Color Award.

Meet the 2017 SpringBoard Teachers of Distinction

The College Board proudly recognizes three new Springboard Teachers of Distinction: Alyssa Broussard, Amanda Olinger, and Larissa Perez.

College Board and CZI Partner to Provide Personalized Pathways to College Success

The College Board and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative are launching a two-year partnership that will help millions of students better prepare for college and career.

Watch! Serious Motivation for Students' First Time Taking AP CSP

Jackie Corricelli, a computer science and mathematics teacher at Conard High School in West Hartford, Connecticut, put together an awesome motivational video honoring her students who took the AP Computer Science Principles exam for the first time this year. 

New Student Videos: "Better Takes Practice"

See how students from Oak Ridge High School in Orlando, FL, are using Official SAT Practice to reach their goals.

Washington Establishes Statewide AP Credit Policy

On May 4, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed into law S.B. 5234, which requires the state’s public college and university system to establish a uniform policy for awarding college credit for AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. 

Thank You, AP Teachers

A letter to Advanced Placement teachers in honor of  this year's Teacher Appreciation Day. 

New Data Links Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy to Substantial Student Score Gains from the PSAT/NMSQT to the Redesigned SAT

The College Board and Khan Academy announce: Studying for the SAT on Official SAT Practice for 20 hours is associated with an average score gain of 115 points.