New research reveals that students who take the SAT more than once see improved scores, and thus likely increases four-year college enrollment significantly.
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The AP Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) course at Lake Brantley High School in Florida is so popular that 100 students have signed up for the fall of 2018 waiting list. Seth Reichelson, who teaches the course says 50 percent of his students have been female for the last two years.
Students entering public colleges and universities in New Mexico, Idaho, and North Carolina soon won’t have to worry about how many college credits they’ll earn for their successful Advanced Placement (AP) Exam scores.
If you missed the June webinar on the latest ACT/SAT concordance tables, join us for an encore presentation on Tuesday, September 18th from 2-3 PM EDT.
Hear from ACT and College Board experts about the new 2018 ACT/SAT concordance tables released in June 2018. Attendees will:
The College Board has partnered with the Coalition for College to fully integrate the process for sending SAT scores with the Coalition Application online platform.
The College Board partners with leading scholarship provider Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to help them engage a greater number of high-achieving, low-income students who have the potential to excel with the proper resources. This year's scholarship recipients include 22 scholars who were identified through College Board Student Search Service®.
Last week, a group of higher education leaders gathered on Capitol Hill to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Bakke decision.
The College Board and DoSomething.org (the largest org for young people and social change) established the Youth Advisory Council to hear directly from students on how best to clear a path for students on the road to college.
The first time that Joseph met with his college adviser, Brandon Smalls, he had a clear goal in mind: attend Texas State University and become a veterinarian.
Nicole Hurd, founder and CEO of College Advising Corps, was among Time magazine's 31 trailblazers changing the south. With roots in Charlottesville, Virginia, the advising program that helps underserved students with the college application process quickly expanded to meet needs.