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The College Board

Program areas | Form 990s | Financials | Vendors | Personnel | Peers

The College Board is a educational service provider based in New York, NY that was founded in 1900. As of 2019 they had $1.0 billion in revenue and $1.4 billion in assets.

The College Board is a non-profit organization that clears a path for all students to own their future through the Advanced Placement Program, the SAT, Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy, BigFuture, and more.

Previous legal names or variations of their name include: College Entrance Examination Board.

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Program areas at The College Board

Focused Assessments The College Board's SAT Suite of Assessments makes it easier for students to show their best work. The SAT Suite, which includes the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, and PSAT 8/9, measures what students are learning in class and what they'll need to succeed in college and career. It also connects students with fee waivers, scholarship opportunities, free personalized practice, and college and career planning tools. In addition, the SAT Suite provides benchmarks and consistent feedback for measuring student progress over time, allowing teachers to accelerate students who are ahead and help those who are behind. The College Board's SAT School Day program makes it easier for more students to take the SAT. It allows states, districts, and schools to offer students the opportunity to take the SAT at their school, during a regular school day, at no cost to the students. More than 2.1 million students in the ...

College & Career Opportunities & Enrollment The College Board is increasing opportunities and breaking down barriers to college through expanded access to AP courses, other credit-awarding opportunities, scholarships, and fee waivers for all who need them. CLEP: The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), the most widely trusted college-based credit-by-examination program for over 50 years, is accepted by 2,900 colleges and universities and is administered in over 2,000 test centers. CLEP increases opportunities for students by enabling them to earn college credit by demonstrating knowledge they've gained in other settings, such as workforce training and life experience. CLEP exams can save money and time for students of all ages and backgrounds, including students enrolled in dual-enrollment or continuing education programs, homeschooled students, international students, and transfer students. Members of the military and their families can also take advantage of the financial savings CLEP offers; through a College Board partnership with the Defense ...

AP, Instruction and Personalized Practice The College Board's unique instruction offerings play a key role in preparing students for success in college and career. SpringBoard: SpringBoard is an instructional program for grades 6-12 in English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics. The program features student materials, teacher resources, and formative and summative assessments, as well as professional learning for teachers and administrators. SpringBoard is in complete alignment with state standards, Advanced Placement (AP) coursework, and the SAT Suite of Assessments. Advanced Placement Program: Founded in 1955, the Advanced Placement Program gives students the opportunity to take college-level coursework in high school. Students who succeed on AP Exams are more likely to succeed in college and can potentially earn valuable college credit and advanced placement. More students in the class of 2018 took AP and earned a score qualifying them for college credit and placement (3 or higher) on at least one ...

Form 990s for The College Board

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Jan 27, 2020990View PDF
2017-12Dec 22, 2018990View PDF
2016-12Dec 21, 2017990View PDF
2015-12Mar 1, 2017990View PDF
2014-12Feb 9, 2016990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for The College Board

Total grants, contributions, etc.$12,173,142
Program services$1,022,796,858
Investment income and dividends$11,282,416
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$27,426,256
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$1,073,678,672

Vendors for The College Board

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
TIAAInvestment management; Insurance2019-12-31
████████ ███████ ███$10,8252019-12-31
███ ████████ ███████ ███Audit accounting; Accounting (including auditing)$20,9502019-12-31
█████████ ████████████ ████$27,5002019-12-31
██████████CRM software2019-10-23
█████████ ████████Software2019-10-23
██████Content management system software2019-10-18
██████Fundraising software2019-10-18
...and 12 more vendors

Personnel at The College Board

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
David ColemanPresident and Chief Executive Officer and Trustee$1.5 millionMay 20, 2020
Jeremy SingerPresident / Chief Operating Officer$864,661May 20, 2020
████████ ███████Chief of Global Policy , Advocacy and Communications$482,827May 20, 2020
████ █████Vice President , Chief Data Officer$350,951May 20, 2020
█████ ████Senior Vice President , Chief Information Officer and Next Generation Technology-July 14, 2019
███████ ████Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer$529,021Dec. 31, 2018
█████ ███████Secretary and Chief of Membership , Governance , and Global Higher Ed$484,820May 20, 2020
███████ ██████Chief of Staff-May 20, 2020
██████ ███████Cao and Treasurer / Chief Accounting Officer and Treasurer$289,045Jan. 27, 2020
██████ ██████Senior Vice President , Finance and Global Strategy$499,237Jan. 10, 2019
...and seven more key personnel

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