College Board Overview
A comprehensive guide to key College Board programs, resources, conferences and more — for K-12 educators and students.
At Your Fingertips
A quick reference guide for key dates, deadlines and contact information for College Board programs and services.
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New FREE, comprehensive college planning website that improves the college planning process for all students. Designed with input from students and educators, the site contains the information you’ve come to rely on, now presented in a more student-centered, interactive way.
Get lesson plans, college planning handouts and presentations, links to webinars and demos, and more information on how to use BigFuture to guide your students on the path to college.
Free website that provides inspiration and practical support to help more students, particularly the lower resourced, go to college.
Students and professionals can easily access resources on the Accuplacer program.
ACCUPLACER Overview Brochure
Provides an overview of the ACCUPLACER program, its benefits for students and institutions, its suite of assessments, its advantages and next steps. It is a great publication to hand out to students who want to learn more about the program.
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Provides an overview of the online assessment and intervention system, the benefits it offers students and institutions, its features and advantages, and next steps to enhance student preparedness that leads to success.
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Launched in April 2010, the College Board Advocacy & Policy Center makes critical connections between policy, research and real-world practice to develop innovative solutions to the most pressing challenges in education today.
A campaign that features tools to help students, and their families, explore the benefits of going to college.
National Office for School Counselor Advocacy
The College Board’s comprehensive professional site for school counselors with the goal to provide tools, information and materials that can be immediately used by school counselors.
National campaign to galvanize and mobilize school counselors to own the turf of college and career readiness counseling, and to take the lead in establishing a college-going culture in their schools, districts, communities and states.
The road map for implementing the “Own the Turf” campaign and tools for school counselor use in establishing comprehensive college and career readiness programs for all K–12 students.
Fifteen downloadable archived webinars, each with PowerPoint presentations and audio, that provide detailed how-to information on such topics as the implementation of NOSCA’s Eight Components of College and Career Readiness Counseling, The National Survey of School Counselors and the Enhancing the Principal– School Counselor Relationship Toolkit.
Link to order cost-free NOSCA publications and materials, all of which are downloadable.
Tools for implementing a comprehensive college and career counseling program for grades K–12 with best practices for school wide implementation of the Eight Components. Guides for elementary, middle and high school.
This self-reflective journal and workbook explores ways in which school counselors can better support YMOC and their educational success, focusing on insights of education leaders, firsthand accounts of school counselors, and the voices and artwork of young men of color.
This comprehensive 106-page toolkit provides assessments, exercises and worksheets designed to focus on enhancing critical elements of the principal–school counselor relationship that can promote improving student educational outcomes.
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Attend the conference and leave invigorated by the city’s rich culture and enriched by the information, knowledge and skills gained during the two full days of professional development. All of our conference sessions are CEU-approved and are tailored to help you advance college and career readiness in your schools, districts and states.
Learn about important changes to AP courses and exams in world languages, history and science.
Available in fall 2012: an online collaboration space where AP Coordinators can connect with colleagues, share resources, and discover and exchange ideas.
Online professional learning network supporting AP subjects and teachers.
Broad Foundation Manual
Guide developed by the Broad Foundation to help school and district leaders expand access to AP, particularly to low-income and minority students, and increase successful performance on AP Exams.
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AP Course Audit
AP Course Audit Calendar
Review AP Course Audit timelines, roles and responsibilities for AP teachers and administrators.
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Exam Administration Information
The Testing area of the College Board professionals website contains a wealth of information and resources for AP Coordinators and proctors.
A page for AP Coordinators, school counselors, and administrators that brings together an array of AP student and parent resources.
A series of brief videos to give new AP Coordinators an overview of their responsibilities before, during, and after the AP Exam administration.
Interactive CLEP website where students and professionals can easily access resources on the CLEP program.
A great way to let students know about CLEP. Offer CLEP Take-One brochures to seniors before they embark on their college journey.
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The Information for Candidates Bulletin
Comprehensive CLEP information for students: overview of CLEP, exam descriptions, instructions for ordering transcripts, how to prepare for test day and much more.
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Academic Success in Higher Education
A great publication for counselors because it provides the research and statistics that highlight the success of students who take CLEP, as well as the next steps to help students take advantage of this educational opportunity.
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2012-13 PROFILE Student Guide
This guide provides the basic information needed to complete a PROFILE application at collegeboard.org.
The fast, easy, convenient and secure way to apply for financial aid.
Help your students find clear, customized and consistent information about college costs.
A Facebook application that utilizes information from a user’s Facebook profile – including age, gender and state – to connect students with targeted financial aid opportunities.
Parent, student and teacher resources provide information on the benefits of, and preparing for, the PSAT/NMSQT.
Expand access to rigorous courses. AP Potential is a free Web-based tool that allows schools to generate rosters of students who are likely to score a 3 or better on a given AP Exam.
An Education Professional account offers access to many College Board programs and services, including PSAT/NMSQT.
An online college and career planning kit available free to all students who take the PSAT/NMSQT.
Delivers valuable school performance information to evaluate curricula and improve instruction.
For more information about PSAT/NMSQT reports and tools.
Readistep Information Sheet
Learn more about ReadiStep including what it measures, and how students, parents and educators can benefit from the results.
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ReadiStep is a middle grades assessment that measures the same skills as PSAT/NMSQT and SAT and helps teachers provide the guidance students need to start preparing for high school and college.
All the resources you need to get students ready for test day and beyond.
See which students tested, used a waiver and more.
Everything your students need to know about the SAT.
Become familiar with new test day security enhancements.
Help students prepare for test day.
Download SAT publications and view important information such as the Counselor’s Guide to SAT Program Fee Waivers.
The information you need to help students on the path to college.
Exclusive teacher perspectives and tools for helping students show colleges what they know.
Services for Students with Disabilities
Find information about accommodations, document requirements and process.
The College Board is committed to ensuring that students with physical or mental disabilities receive appropriate accommodations on its tests.
Promote the “Don’t Forget Ed campaign,” College Board’s call to press for education to be a priority in the presidential campaign, by ordering free materials to use with your students and staff.
Nominate your school to be one of three of America's secondary schools recognized for outstanding college-preparation programs and partnerships among teachers, parents and community organizations. Your school could receive $25,000 and up to five schools each receive $1,000 honorable mention awards.
Nominate a teacher (grades 6 through 12) to receive this award and a grant of $3,000 for doing an inspiring job of teaching their students to write and who will benefit most from a grant to enhance a successful project.
Student Search Services®
An online resource to help students and families understand SSS®. It includes information on what students can expect, how to opt in, and what we share with participating colleges.