Admission processes and practices are changing, for students and their families as well as for the secondary and higher education communities.
Beginning in 2005, the College Board convened leaders of the admission, financial aid, enrollment management and school counseling communities to examine the current state of the profession and to develop ideas on how to improve the school-to-college transition. The Task Force on Admissions in the 21st Century developed a Opens in a new windowvalues statement to guide the profession and a series of Opens in a new windowaction commitments that will define the ongoing work of the initiative. On this microsite, you’ll find resources and materials designed to address these values and action commitments.
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College Board Research & Development Resources
The College Board's Opens in a new windowResearch & Development department supports the College Board's mission by providing data-based solutions to important education questions. Visit the new Research & Development website to review research related to assessments and college and career readiness alignment. In particular, delve into the following sections to access information that informs the admission profession: