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Explore colleges and careers, connect with other students, and have fun in the process with quizzes, polls, and timely advice.
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Connect with College Board programs to help you on your path to college success.
College Board Advocacy & Policy Center
Your resource for ed policy analysis, research, initiatives, and events from the Advocacy & Policy Center.
Don’t Forget Ed
Don’t Forget Ed is a national movement that seeks to elevate the topic of education in the presidential campaign. Get involved!
Updates on education news, research and College Board programs — promoting access and excellence.
Explore AP on Twitter. Learn about Advanced Placement courses, study tips and resources.
Trevor Packer — head of the AP Program — tweets the latest in AP news and updates.
Updates on the largest annual AP conference where you can make powerful connections to help drive student success and expand your AP program.
Trusted resource for ed policy analysis and research focusing on college preparation & access, affordability & financial aid, and admission & completion.
Keep up with the College Board's wide variety of conferences and PD events all year round.
Don’t Forget Ed is a national movement that seeks to elevate the topic of education in the presidential campaign.
Find your way to your big future in 140 characters or less! Follow for tips on the college planning process.
College Board's VP of Research with tweets on education research, assessments, validity, evaluation and measurement.
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BigFuture by the College Board
See videos from real college students who talk about how they got to college and what college is really like. Plus, educators answer top college planning questions.
Not sure college is in your future? Hear firsthand how students overcame the obstacles facing many of today's high school students — and made it to college.
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