Higher education and veteran leaders highlight solutions for improving the transition from the military to college, enriching campus support for veterans, and increasing veteran graduation
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Five students from the College Board’s Youth Advisory Council (YAC)—student advisors who provide feedback on College Board programs and the current state of education—joined educational professionals for a panel at Forum 2018 in Dallas, Texas.
Economic mobility is at the very core of the American dream.
The College Board has worked directly with international educators to determine the optimal administration schedule to support international students, and has made the decision to add the fifth international SAT administration in August, starting in August 2020 (which will include both SAT and Subject Tests).
Advanced Placement® (AP) and Career Technical Education (CTE) courses can and should work in tandem to support career readiness by encouraging the development of the academic knowledge and technical skills that are, together, increasingly important to students’ overall employability. For too long, “college-ready” and “career-ready” coursework and experiences have been viewed as separate in schools.
October is a busy time for financial aid professionals and students alike.
The number of graduating high school students taking the SAT continues to soar in large part due to the SAT School day program, which allows student to take the SAT during regular school hours usually at no cost.
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!
My grandmother completed a primary school education before emigrating from Jamaica to the United States.
Texas is growing, and higher education has to grow with it.