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Access & Diversity Collaborative
09/19/2014

The College Board’s Access & Diversity Collaborative has partnered with the American Council on Education’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy on a new survey study to examine how legal challenges to race-conscious admissions have changed contemporary admissions practices at selective colleges and universities.

College Board Institute on Financial Aid
09/19/2014
Financial Aid professionals are invite to register now for the Institute on Financial Aid Conference, being held October 6-10 in Norwood, Ma.
deliveringopportunity.org
09/15/2014
The University of California announced last week in a newsletter to high school counselors that they will continue to require the SAT essay for admission, in addition to posting an informational article about the redesigned SAT.
Greg Walker, Vice President of the College Board's Midwestern Regional Office
09/11/2014
Greg Walker, Vice President of the College Board's Midwestern Regional Office tells All Access why he's motivated to dive into a new school year, and highlights counselor workshops, professional development, and Access to Opportunity as core elements of the region's work this year.
AdvanceKentucky
09/11/2014

AdvanceKentucky, a statewide math-science initiative dedicated to helping Kentucky’s students reach new heights in rigorous academic achievement, has had a significant statewide impact on AP participation and success rates. Joanne Lang, AdvanceKentucky's Executive Director, talks about how shifting enrollment strategies, enhancing teachers' content knowledge, and setting quantifiable goals for growth are just a few of the strategies that can have an impact at a school, district, and even state level to raise participation rates in AP, particularly among underrepresented minority students.

deliveringopportunity.org
09/10/2014
In addition to posting an informational article about the redesigned SAT, the University of California announced this week in a newsletter to high school counselors that they will continue to require the SAT Essay for admission.
Sample College Application Fee Waiver Form
09/03/2014
As part of its effort to propel low-income, first generation, and underrepresented students into the educational opportunities they have earned, the College Board is introducing major changes to the College Application Fee-Waiver Program.
Create your own #backtoschoolfavorite
08/25/2014
Share what you're most excited about this back-to-school season with All Access and the College Board! Whether it's the fall foliage, or a new #2 pencil, we want to know what motivates you this time of year as students gear up for another year of learning.
College Board Forum 2014, Oct. 27-29, Las Vegas, NV
08/14/2014

The College Board Forum is the preeminent annual gathering of K–12 and higher education professionals from all areas of expertise.

The Forum offers a wealth of sessions and workshops led by experienced colleagues that focus on finding solutions to today’s most pressing education issues.

Amy Wilkins, Senior Fellow for Social Justice
08/14/2014

Amy Wilkins wrote a blog post for Diverse Issues in Higher Education about the College Board's All In campaign, and the importance of getting qualified African American, Latino, and Native American students into AP courses. While progress has been made over the last ten years, "our satisfaction with what we have accomplished must be tempered by our obligation to do more," Amy says. The entire piece is re-posted here in All Access.

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