Resolved, that the College Board be dismantled under anti-trust laws.
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In addition to managing tests, the College Board works with programs that claim to increase achievement by poor and minority middle and high school students. Funded by grants from various foundations, such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the College Board Schools operate autonomously within New York City public school buildings. A similar program named EXCELerator began a pilot program for the 2006–2007 school year at 11 schools in Washington, DC, Jacksonville/Duval County, FL, and Chicago Public Schools. Both of these school reform programs use the SpringBoard and CollegeEd materials as part of their programs.
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