College Board Law and Legal Definition

The College Board is an association that develops and administers standardized tests of achievement and aptitude, used in college admissions and placement of prospective students. The College Board, a non-for-profit membership association is also known as the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB). CEEB is composed of many colleges, universities, and other educational organizations. In order to measure a student's ability, the association sells standardized tests used by academically oriented post-secondary education institutions. Additionally, the College Board works with programs intended to increase achievement of poor and minority middle and high school students. The CEEB is funded by grants from various foundations.