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Three high school students won live, AICPA-hosted Bank On It tournaments held at business and finance conferences in 2017.
Real-world testing informed the design.
Ten incoming college freshmen received the first-ever AICPA Foundation High School Scholarship.
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Seven educators received 2017 Effective Learning Strategies (ELS) Awards, which are given annually to professors in recognition of their innovative teaching practices and curricula in three levels of accounting coursework.
Faculty, test-takers, and exam creators share their thoughts on the revised version of the CPA Exam.
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The AICPA has awarded four scholarships under its Legacy Scholars Program.
The AICPA has awarded 27 students with the 2017–2018 Fellowship for Minority Doctoral Students.
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