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AP Microeconomics is currently undergoing review to ensure that it reflects the most current scholarship and advances in the field of economics and that the exam assesses current college-level expectations. The College Board is sharing an initial draft of the AP Microeconomics course materials and is asking for feedback to ensure that both the course and exam present a balanced view that does not favor one school of economic thought over another.
Students looking to build a career focused on helping people better manage and understand their finances have a new scholarship opportunity available to help them reach their goals.
Jack Buckley, senior vice president of research for the College Board joined Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Larry O. Spencer and moderator Colonel Susan Bryant in a special session on innovation and education during the Military Child Education Coalition’s 17th National Training Seminar held in Washington D.C.
If you know a teen who will be a high school junior or senior this fall, you know a teen who should be thinking about the college application process this summer. As former head counselor in Georgia’s DeKalb County Schools, I saw 95 percent of my advisees go to college, so I know the difference early college planning can make. It allows students to break the application process into manageable chunks and eliminates the pressure of having to do everything all at once.
On July 15 President Obama, along with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), announced the launch of ConnectHome, a national collaborative effort that will bring access to broadband internet, technical assistance, and digital literacy training to students living in public and assisted housing across America.