Two of our partners topped Washington Monthly's "Sixteen Most Innovative People in Higher Education" list—Nicole Hurd, founder of College Advising Corps, and Dan Porterfield, president of Franklin & Marshall College and College Board trustee.
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More than seventy percent of Starbucks employees are students or aspiring students. Thanks to the Starbucks College Achievement Plan, they can now earn a bachelor’s degree through Arizona State University — with full tuition reimbursement for all four years.
Score Week for Counselors is a chance to learn your way around the K–12 score reporting portal before PSAT/NMSQT scores are released to students.
This year, ACCUPLACER celebrates its 30th anniversary. Throughout its three decades, ACCUPLACER has provided institutions with immediate and accurate results on their students’ strengths and weaknesses in core subjects, while delivering reliable data to aid in college course placement.
The College Board is hosting a monthly webinar series to help parents support their children during the college planning process. Sign up today!
Johnathan Allen, a University of Central Florida student and College Board intern, offers advice for students considering a gap year.
Jim Montoya Named Chief of Membership, Governance, and Global Higher Education and Secretary of the Corporation
As of August 1, Jim Montoya has been promoted to the role of Chief of Membership, Governance, and Global Higher Education and Secretary of the Corporation.
For the last 17 years, the College Board has been hosting 110 students —75 percent low income, 100 percent African American — in Upward Bound, its four-year college planning program.
Join the College Board and fellow educators for Forum, a cross-professional conference dedicated to educational opportunity, college readiness, affordability, and student success.
Yesterday, July 11, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) announced that it will provide the SAT at no cost to all public high school juniors during the 2016-17 school year. The SAT will replace the Partnership for Assessment Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessment as the high school accountability exam in Illinois.