Admission Tests Misused, Says College Leader
The president of the leading higher-education umbrella group last week called the use of standardized tests "totally inappropriate" for college admissions, but stopped short of recommending that they be abolished.
"My quarrel is not with the tests," said Robert H. Atwell, president of the American Council on Education. "My quarrel is with the sanctity given such tests by the public, the news media, and the institutions themselves."
"The sanctity granted the tests was never intended, certainly not by those who...
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