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Service Learning in AP

Today, the College Board and WE announced a collaboration that will incorporate service learning into all AP courses. Combining the course credit earning power of the College Board’s AP® program with WE’s high-impact, service-learning program will unlock a unique opportunity for students to apply classroom lessons to real-world situations on a local and global scale. 

Michael Sorrell

Don’t miss your chance to hear Michael Sorrell, President of Paul Quinn College at the 2019 Higher Ed Colloquium. Sorrell was recently named to Fortune's list of the World's Greatest Leaders and is the only two-t


This interview is the first in an occasional series that will highlight how athletic coaches in Texas are using Official SAT Practice with their teams. It has been edited and condensed for clarity.

The College Board spoke with Coach Corey Jordan, defensive coordinator, assistant head coach, and recruiting coordinator for the West Mesquite High School in Mesquite, Texas. He’s used Official SAT® Practice with his athletes for a year.

Stefanie Sanford featured in Stanford Social Innovation Review

College Board's Chief of Global Policy and External Relations, Stefanie Sanford, was recently featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review for her piece titled "Civics Can Make Us More Civil". In it, she discusses the intersections of technology and civic engagement in building a civil society while also making case for why civics is not a thing of the past. Read the full article here.

SAT Test Takers

New research reveals that students who take the SAT more than once see improved scores, and thus likely increases four-year college enrollment significantly.