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Forum 2018

Each year at the College Board Forum, K-12, higher education, and college access professionals gather to share best practices and offer thought partnership across disciplines. Attendees engaged in three days of programming—covering everything from social-emotional wellness to how best to serve underrepresented students. Check out what they had to say!


Forum Opening Plenary

Texas is growing, and higher education has to grow with it.


Lamp lighting

The India Global Higher Education Alliance held its Forum in Mumbai, India on October 9th. Universities and secondary schools from around the world gathered to discuss Indian university admissions and enrollment, including creating a seamless transition from secondary to higher education for students. The event also announced a new initiative that will recognize students for their high performance on the SAT and award f

Introducing the College Board Opportunity Scholarships Program

The College Board Opportunity Scholarships is a first-of-its-kind national scholarship program lays out six simple steps that all students can take to get college.


The National College Access Network (NCAN) shared these tips about completing the 2019-2020 FAFSA.

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

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.


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.