By Emily Tate (Edsurge). 

Change is afoot at the College Board.  At first glance—and as of Thursday—the nonprofit is just reorganizing its leadership team: The president and chief executive, David Coleman, is now just CEO of the College Board, creating a vacancy so his chief operating officer, Jeremy Singer, can fill the position of president. 

But the shift at the top represents the first in a series of changes to come, Singer tells EdSurge. In his new position as president, Singer will have more time and freedom to stoke the “technology transformation” that the College Board has undergone in recent years, he says, and will play a more active role in helping the organization embrace innovation across new and existing programs.  Read the original article.

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