All Access – News for Members
"Education is the great equalizer. It has the potential to open doors to limitless opportunities, while eliminating barriers that could derail dreams; and college in particular provides students with the tools necessary to embark on a successful career."
The College Board is honoring the hard work of the class of 2018 with this year's #Collegiance campaign.
Teacher Renee Yake offers a glimpse into what it's like to teach AP Computer Science Principles in rural Michigan.
Dr. Talithia Williams is best known for lectures and lessons that “take sophisticated numerical concepts and make them understandable to a wide audience.” Her keynote at the New England Regional Forum was no exception, as she dug into data about today’s high school and college students and encouraged audience members to unpack it together.
We're proud to announce two new SpringBoard National Demonstration Schools for English Language Arts: LJ Alleman Middle School in Lafayette Parish, LA, and Tillicum Middle School in Bellevue, WA.
PowerFAIDS version 23.2 is now available, marking a significant advance for the College Board’s signature financial aid management solution. The update emphasizes integration between PowerFAIDS and campus systems.
CPS has been named a College Board AP District of the Year for being the national leader among large school districts in expanding access to AP courses while simultaneously improving AP Exam performance, particularly among traditionally underrepresented minority students.
JaKevis Brown, a high school senior at Hardee High School in Wauchula, Florida, and member of the College Board’s Youth Advisory Council, received 28 college acceptance letters and $300,000 in scholarship offers to attend college. This fall he'll attend Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla.
On February 21, more than 50 Kentucky teachers, students, and campus leaders came to the Capitol building for 14 legislative meetings, advocating for AP Exam funding.