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SpringBoard Teachers of Distinction (clockwise from top left): Sarah Arceneaux, Sylvia Ellison, LeAnn Klepzig, John Murray, Amanda Shackelford, Karen Kennedy
04/23/2018

SpringBoard Teachers of Distinction (clockwise from top left): Sarah Arceneaux, Sylvia Ellison, LeAnn Klepzig, John Murray, Amanda Shackelford, Karen Kennedy  

The College Board is proud to recognize six new SpringBoard Teachers of Distinction.  Each year SpringBoard recognizes teachers who demonstrate effective teaching practices and successful implementation of SpringBoard in the Classroom. College Board Teachers of Distinction represent the best in the profession and exemplify teaching excellence.

SpringBoard Teachers of Distinction (clockwise from top left): Sarah Arceneaux, Sylvia Ellison, LeAnn Klepzig, John Murray, Amanda Shackelford, Karen Kennedy
04/23/2018

SpringBoard Teachers of Distinction (clockwise from top left): Sarah Arceneaux, Sylvia Ellison, LeAnn Klepzig, John Murray, Amanda Shackelford, Karen Kennedy  

The College Board is proud to recognize six new SpringBoard Teachers of Distinction.  Each year SpringBoard® recognizes teachers who demonstrate effective teaching practices and successful implementation of SpringBoard in the Classroom. College Board Teachers of Distinction represent the best in the profession and exemplify teaching excellence.

Our 2018 Teachers of Distinction include:

Kentucky Students Use Their AP Courses to Solve Real-World Problems
04/13/2018

Students at The J. Graham Brown School and duPont Manual High School in Louisville, Kentucky, are doing more in their AP classrooms than learning college-level material in high school. Through the College Board’s AP with WE Service Program, they’re using their AP experience to help the world.

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New Article and Webinar on the Value of Assessment
04/06/2018

Ad Astra, a course scheduling an enrollment management organization hosted a free webinar last week talking about the value of the standardized tests in predicting student retention, grade inflation, and discrepant achievement. Panelists included Measuring Success co-editor Lynn Letukas and Edgar Sanchez, a co-author of a chapter in the book.