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|Gretchen Bataille Discusses
Challenges Members at Forums
|Advocacy Training for Educators
The College Board is pilot-testing a new advocacy effort to train members in the skills and strategies of advocacy, including >>
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|National Commission on Community Colleges Calls for Congressional Action
Without a concerted national effort to bolster the role of two-year institutions and expand access to them, the United States is in jeopardy of losing its >>
|National Commission on Writing Meets in New York
On Jan. 23, the National Commission on Writing met at the College Board’s New York Office to discuss activities for the upcoming year and to hear an update from the Pew Internet & American Life Project on research for >>
|Gene Budig — Winning the Skills Race|
|February for me has been a month of travel
and time spent with many of you at our annual
regional forums. I enjoyed the opportunity to >>
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|Increasing Success in Higher Education for Latino Students
In February, the College Board published “Resources for Increasing Latino Participation and Success in Higher Education,” a collection of best practices for preparing >>
|Some will argue that America will not win the skills race and strengthen the middle class
without greater might at two-year institutions,
and I agree with >>
|Nominate a Counselor for the College Board’s National
Winners will be selected for exemplary advocacy efforts resulting in positive outcomes for underrepresented populations.
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|AP® Report to the Nation
More than 15 percent of the public high school class of 2007 achieved at least one AP® Exam grade of 3 or higher, a score that predicts college success, according to >>
|The National Office for School Counselor Advocacy hosts
Charting Bright Futures for
April 13-15, 2008, Houston, Texas
Hilton Americas * Houston, Texas
Now accepting session proposals
in Higher Education
A new unit within the Advanced Placement Program® was established last July in an effort to further deepen the Program’s current relationships with >>
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