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Meet with other educators from across the nation

The College Board offers a wide variety of events throughout the year that bring education professionals from across the nation together in an environment of learning and problem-solving. Events range in size from several thousand participants to fewer than 50. Each is targeted at specific segments of the educational community.

The College Board Forum brings together dynamic professionals and thought leaders from across disciplines to address the variety of access and success issues that challenge — and inspire — educators at all levels and in all professions. This conference is solution-driven and aimed at empowering educators with the knowledge, perspective and material they need to best serve their organizations tomorrow and in the future.

The AP® Annual Conference is the largest gathering of the Advanced Placement Program® and Pre-AP® communities, AP teachers and Coordinators, middle school teachers, and administrators and counselors from across the United States and throughout the world. Each year, over 3,000 educators attend 100 full day pre and post conference workshops and 280 main conference breakout sessions focusing on AP courses, Pre-AP strategies, best practices, and policies for increasing educational access and equity.

The College Board Colloquium is a two-day event which provides an opportunity for members of the financial aid, admissions, and guidance community to meet and discuss critical issues in higher education.

The College Board created the Access & Diversity Collaborative to assist colleges and universities in developing and implementing their diversity-related policies in light of core institutional goals and federal nondiscrimination law. The Collaborative hosts a series of national seminars throughout the country.

Attend Prepárate: Educating Latinos for the Future of America and join educational leaders in sharing successful strategies that are closing the achievement gap for Latino students.

Address the challenges that American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian students encounter in preparing for a college education at the Native American Student Advocacy Institute: Building Nations Through Education (NASAI).

Share your experiences and discuss models of excellence that address the most critical educational issues facing African American students at A Dream Deferred: The Future of African American Education .

The ACCUPLACER National Conference offers presentations, panel discussions and research results about this set of diagnostic and placement tools. It is your opportunity to learn about innovative placement, advisement, and technical experiences and applications.