All Access – News for Members
In October 2012, College Board Trustee and Elizabeth City State University (ESCU) Chancellor Willie Gilchrist reviewed Advanced Placement Program® (AP®) participation and performance maps for North Carolina. He became concerned about the lack of AP depth and success he saw in the northeastern region of the state. In partnership with the College Board, Gilchrist led a comprehensive effort to expand access to AP in his region through the creation of targeted resources, professional development, and in-person convenings.
Ronné Patrick Turner, associate vice president of enrollment and dean of admissions at Northeastern University, shared her unique perspective as an admission professional in a piece for the New England Journal of Higher Education on the redesigned SAT® announcement. You can read the full article here.
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JoAnn Bertelo, AP® English Language and Composition teacher in Rahway, N.J., has helped to establish a strong AP culture in her school through community involvement, pizza parties, teacher professional development, and T-shirt design contests. As part of the College Board’s All In campaign, JoAnn recounts her experience over the last 15 years. She examines the things that work and the things that don’t work to encourage students to enroll and succeed in AP.