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Clearing a Path for Latino Students
04/10/2017
David Coleman, president and CEO of the College Board, spoke to Reverend Samuel Rodríguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, about what the College Board is doing to serve Latino students.
04/04/2017

New York City Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carmen Fariña rallied students Monday at Queens Vocational and Technical High School ahead of the first-ever citywide SAT School Day for all junior high school students this Wednesday, April 5.

03/30/2017

When students take a College Board assessment, they have every right to know what information they choose to provide, why we ask for it, and how we may share that information.

Here’s the first thing to know: The College Board collects personal information only to administer tests and deliver educational opportunities to students.

Four Reminders from Dr. Terrell Strayhorn
03/14/2017
Dr. Terrell Strayhorn delivered an inspiring keynote at this year's New England Regional Forum in Boston.
Dr. Talithia Williams on the small words that propeled her to success
03/08/2017
When Dr. Talithia Williams opened the Southwestern Regional Forum, she identified several seemingly mundane things adults said to her when she was a student. Now that she’s a member of the mathematics faculty at Harvey Mudd College, she attributes much of her success to these words of affirmation.
College Board Announces New Measures to Enhance SAT Security Domestically and Abroad
02/21/2017
New security policies meant to protect honest students from those seeking an unfair advantage
Listen Live on 2/8! Trends in College Prices, Financial Aid, Student Debt, and Payoff
02/03/2017
Join College Board experts and education leaders in a discussion about the 2016 Trends in College Pricing, Trends in Student Aid, and Education Pays reports.
Jane Fernandes, president of Guilford College, Renu Khator, chancellor of the University of Houston System and president of the University of Houston, and Raynard Kington, president of Grinnell College, and Jim Montoya, College Board’s chief of membership, governance, and global higher education and secretary of the corporation
01/30/2017

The College Board’s Higher Ed Colloquium is never a typical conference. A unique opportunity that gathers professionals and leaders in admission, enrollment, and financial aid, the Colloquium provides a forum for many tough discussions about the state of higher education in this country. Topics range from affordability to academic rigor to race relations on campus.

Remembering Lois Dickson Rice, "mother of the Pell Grant"
01/18/2017
Read an obituary for Lois Dickson Rice, who died last week at age 83. Rice was known as the "mother of the Pell grant" for her role in shaping the federal grant aid program that gives money to millions of students each year for college.
Historic Numbers of New York City Students Taking and Succeeding in Advanced Placement Exams
01/17/2017
College Board President David Coleman joined New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña on January 17 at the Young Women's Leadership School of Astoria, Queens, to highlight new data showing historic numbers of New York City students taking and succeeding in Advanced Placement exams.

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