SAT Future: Alignment to Standards
New College Board leader shaped common core
One of the chief architects of the Common Core State Standards was named the next president of the College Board and said one of his top priorities is to reshape the organization's influential college-admissions test, the SAT, to better reflect the new standards.
David Coleman will assume his new duties on Oct. 15, replacing Gaston Caperton, who is stepping down after 13 years as the College Board's president, according to an announcement last week from the New York City organization also known for its Advanced Placement program.
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