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Roughly one fifth of the class of 2012 used fee waivers for the pre-college test.
New education standards will affect the way regular and AP courses are taught.
Even as published prices rose, public schools have increased enrollment since 2005.
The highly ranked liberal arts school falsely inflated its SAT scores for several years.
Some schools worry students are overexerting themselves—but are mandated AP limits the answer?
Multiple choice tests are pervasive—but are they the best way to measure student achievement?
AP official sees “widespread fear” as teachers prepare for new STEM curricula.
A new survey of middle and high school counselors finds them at odds with schools' missions.
Students and parents will have ways to estimate college costs on every school website by Oct. 29.
A College Board executive talks about changes to AP science courses.