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All Access – News for Members

A Message to Our Members on DACA
08/31/2017

College Board President David Coleman shares a message with members about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). 

Kentucky Partners with the College Board on New Computer Science Initiative
08/25/2017

The initiative calls for AP Computer Science Principles to be offered in at least 150 additional high schools.

From our Members: Perspective Through Partnership
08/25/2017

Gail Holt, Dean of Financial Aid at Amherst College and incoming College Scholarship Service Assembly Council Chair, discusses college access, affordability, and the power of partnerships. 

Rebecca Zwick, senior researcher at Educational Testing Service and professor emerita at the University of California, Santa Barbara
08/25/2017

How to admit a qualified and diverse entering class is a major challenge for US colleges today. Rebecca Zwick, a senior researcher at ETS walks through her recent research to help colleges answer their most pressing admissions questions.

08/23/2017

Through new features on Khan Academy, it’s easier than ever for educators to help their students prepare for the SAT.

08/15/2017

The partnership marks the next stage in the College Board’s digital evolution

AP Rural Access Gap Substantially Narrowing
08/10/2017
A new report from the Education Commission of the States and the College Board documents how as rural student participation on AP Exams has increased, performance has not declined.
Practice Pays Off: Jazmín Regalado (Fort Sumner, NM)
08/09/2017

In an article titled “Student Shows Improving Standardized Test Scores Takes Practice, Not Money,” NBC News profiled Jazmín Regalado—a rising senior, student athlete, and aspiring medical student from New Mexico—who used Official SAT Practice to boost her test scores by hundreds of points.

Five Districts Win First Official SAT Practice Challenge
08/09/2017

The first-ever Official SAT Practice All In Challenge—from the College Board, the Council of the Great City Schools, and Khan Academy—aimed to boost college and career readiness in the nation’s largest urban public school systems.