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Advanced Coursework Coalition Advocates for Low-Income Students
This March the College Board led a coalition of advanced coursework supporters for Title IV Advocacy Day, urging strong federal funding for low-income Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate students in the FY2017 budget.
Rhode Island to Adopt New State Assessments
The Rhode Island Department of Education has announced the state will use the PSAT and SAT to meet federal testing requirements at the high school level.
Practice Pays Off: Autumn Loss, Ubly, Michigan
A senior at Ubly Community High School in Ubly, Michigan, has done what seemed impossible: she increased her SAT score by 200 points.
USA Today College Celebrates #Collegiance
Get a sneak peek at this year's early college decision announcements.
HBCU College Fair Clears a Path for D.C. Area Students
Each year the College Board's HBCU Conference hosts a free college fair where students meet with admission professionals and are offered on-site admission decisions.
Clearing a Path for Latino Students
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.
AP CSP in the NYT
Earlier this month, The New York Times put a spotlight on the College Board’s new AP Computer Science Principles course.
Massachusetts to Cover Low-Income Students’ Costs for AP Exams in STEM Subjects
The Massachusetts STEM Advisory Council has announced the state will pay for low-income students taking AP Exams in biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, calculus, environmental science, and statistics in May 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.


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