On March 19, more than 200 students and teachers from across New York State visited the Capitol building to meet with nearly 60 legislators and advocate for funding to expand students’ access to Advanced Placement by adding courses – including at rural high schools – and covering exam fees for low-income students.
All Access – News for Members
Erin Reichert an AP Seminar, AP United States History and AP Human Geography teacher at Bluffton High School in South Carolina was recently awarded the Milken Educator Award, which is referred to as the “Oscar” of teaching.
The College Board Fellowship Program application is now live! The program identifies, recognizes, and rewards rising leaders who are especially effective in closing the achievement and attainment gaps that separate African American, Latino, Asian Pacific and Native American students from their white peers. Members are invited to check out the application and share the information with potential candidates.
"Education is the great equalizer. It has the potential to open doors to limitless opportunities, while eliminating barriers that could derail dreams; and college in particular provides students with the tools necessary to embark on a successful career."
The College Board is honoring the hard work of the class of 2018 with this year's #Collegiance campaign.
Teacher Renee Yake offers a glimpse into what it's like to teach AP Computer Science Principles in rural Michigan.
Dr. Talithia Williams is best known for lectures and lessons that “take sophisticated numerical concepts and make them understandable to a wide audience.” Her keynote at the New England Regional Forum was no exception, as she dug into data about today’s high school and college students and encouraged audience members to unpack it together.
We're proud to announce two new SpringBoard National Demonstration Schools for English Language Arts: LJ Alleman Middle School in Lafayette Parish, LA, and Tillicum Middle School in Bellevue, WA.