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College Board

A trademark for the administration of aptitude and achievement tests, used by some colleges and universities in admitting and placing students.
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Official SAT Practice is available today for free, exclusively from the College Board and Khan Academy.
You can get the information by contacting The College Board, 45 Columbus Avenue, New York, NY 10023-6992; (212) 713-8000.
It was agreed that a panel would be convened to examine the practice of flagging on College Board tests.
The rise in math scores is cause for cautious optimism, as is the stability of verbal scores," says College Board President Gaston Caperton.
In the 1960s, a researcher at the College Board who would later become ETS's senior expert on the technical aspects of testing, argued in a report titled "Criticisms of Testing: Background Papers" that colleges should use the SAT and other ETS tests for placement rather than selection.
Check bookstores for a selection of books and computer programs that detail specific scholarships--The Scholarship Handbook 1999 (The College Board, $24.
The College Board Advocacy & Policy Center was established to help transform education in America.
By harnessing the positive impact of Advanced Placement and Project Lead The Way's applied learning programs, this new partnership will provide students with clear and comprehensive pathways to pursue a wide range of STEM degrees and careers," said College Board President and CEO David Coleman.
To qualify, students must perform well on the PSAT and SAT tests, which the College Board maintains, and demonstrate civic engagement and leadership.
A survey conducted by the College Board identified education as the sleeper issue of the campaign and those polled, particularly in swing states, believe it should receive more attention.
In that role, he will help the College Board establish policies, assist with legal decisions, develop its mission and advise its management.
College Board president Gaston Caperton speaks of the AP program as "an anchor for increasing rigor in our schools and reducing the achievement gap.

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