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India Global Higher Education Alliance Symposium

At the College Board’s 2nd annual India Global Higher Education Alliance Symposium, leaders from the Alliance’s member universities gathered with prominent experts from the World Bank, Brookings India, Manipal Education Group and the Consortium for Higher Education Research in Asia (CHERA), to discuss how to advance higher education i

Pledge Your Collegiance

Every spring, thousands of students experience the thrill of being accepted to college. Now, many high school students in the class of 2019 are taking an important step on their journey to college: making a college decision. It’s a big achievement, so we want to take this moment to celebrate with them.

Moreno Valley Named Medium Sized AP District of the Year

Moreno Valley Unified School District students, teachers, district and school administrators, and College Board leadership came together at Valley View High School to celebra

Janine Birchard (School Counselor) and Gessica Neilson (Academic Coach), Flagstaff Arts & Leadership Academy in Flagstaff, AZ

While the launch of the College Board Opportunity Scholarships in October of 2018 was an exciting time for College Board, even more exciting is watching counselors embrace the program and helping students achieve their college and career goals. 

AP students at the fourth annual AP Day at the New York State Capitol in Albany.

On March 13, more than 200 students and teachers from across New York State visited the Capitol building to meet with legislators and advocate for continued support for Advanced Placement.


Nearly 130 students and 15 teachers from five Massachusetts school districts gathered at the State House in Boston on March 5 to advocate for equal access to Advanced Placement (AP) across the Commonwealth.

James McBride

At the inaugural South Meets Southwest Regional Forum in San Antonio, keynote speaker, James McBride, took the audience through his life journey—from student and musician to author and teacher. Two things he learned along the way: fail fast, fail often; and the power of a teacher’s affirmation to change the trajectory of a student’s life.


In his recent New York Times column, “The Two Codes Your Kids Need to Know,” Tom Friedman challenges and discusses the notion raised by College Board’s Chief of Global Polic