College & Workforce Readiness Counselors Blast College Board's Plan to Assign Students a 'Disadvantage' Score
The College Board's plan to score students' 'level of disadvantage' based on their schools and neighborhoods has some college counselors asking: Will wealthy parents try to game the system?
Special Education Students With Disabilities Fear Fallout From College Admissions Scandal
Allegations that some students lied about having disabilities so they could get special accommodations on college entrance exams have the disabilities community worried about a backlash.
College & Workforce Readiness The SAT Makes Surprise Appearance in Michael Cohen/Trump Hearing
The former Trump attorney and fixer testifies that Trump directed him to write threatening letters to prevent the release of the president's grades and SAT scores.
College & Workforce Readiness SAT Scores Rise as Number of Test-Takers Tops 2 Million
The surge set an all-time high, restoring the SAT's position as the most widely used college admissions test.
College & Workforce Readiness SAT Scores See Slight Increase as Test-Taking Surges
With 2.1 million test takers, the SAT reclaims its status as the most widely used college admission test, but test scores show only a small increase from last year.
Assessment California Nixes Plan to Let Districts Substitute SAT for Smarter Balanced Exam
California rejects a plan to let school districts substitute the SAT for the Smarter Balanced exam.
Assessment Conn. Stumbles in Quest to Use SAT as Achievement Test
The state's closely watched bid falls shy of full approval from federal reviewers.
Federal SAT Stumbles in Getting Federal Approval as High School Achievement Test
Federal education officials have notified Connecticut that they can't fully approve its use of the SAT as a high school achievement test. It's a glimpse of where the college-entrance exam could falter in its bid to gain new ground in the K-12 world.
College & Workforce Readiness Here's What You Need to Know About the Latest SAT Controversy
You might have heard that there were problems with the August SAT exam. Here's what you need to know.
College & Workforce Readiness One Way to Increase College Access: Encourage Students to Retake the SAT
Just over half of SAT takers retake the SAT at least once, but new research shows that retakes can have a significant effect on college enrollment.
College & Workforce Readiness Big Step in Testing Trend: University of Chicago Makes SAT, ACT Optional
The University of Chicago has announced that it will no longer require the SAT or ACT for admission, marking the first time a major research university has joined the test-optional movement.