Posts tagged: College Board - Diverse
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UC System Threatened With Civil Rights Lawsuit Over Standardized Testing

by | October 30, 2019 A group of students and community organizations are threatening to sue the University of Califo Read more

Using Technology to Make College More Accessible for Veterans

by | September 13, 2019
A growing number of colleges and universities have reported a sharp decline in the number of mi [...] Read more

It’s Time to Hack the Gates in College Admissions Systems

by OiYan Poon and Marie Bigham | September 11, 2019
Research has found that admissions officers are more likely to recommend low-income students fo [...] Read more

Diversity, Thy Name is…Canada? And R.I.P. Adversity Scores—Was it Such a Bad Idea?

by | September 6, 2019
The SAT folks took the easy way out on the so called “Adversity Score” proposal. After anno [...] Read more

Debate Surrounds College Board’s Adversity Score Replacement

by | August 30, 2019
The College Board reversed its controversial decision to give students an adversity score, a nu [...] Read more

College Board Replaces Controversial ‘Adversity Score’ on SAT

by | August 27, 2019
The College Board has retracted its Environmental Context Dashboard, which attempted to factor [...] Read more

Ignoring Race and Privilege: How The College Board’s SAT Adversity Score Missed the Mark

by Ivory A. Toldson and Donna Y. Ford | June 11, 2019
Adverse experiences and social privilege are both life circumstances that can alter a test-take [...] Read more

Geographical Bias in Testing: Is Cultural Bias a Problem of the Past or Are We Simply Not Looking in the Right Space?

by Manuel S. González Canché | September 17, 2018
Despite the recent emergence of test optional and/or test flexible programs, wherein students d [...] Read more

Benedict College’s Bold Move to Lower Tuition: Ask Us ‘Why Not?’

by Emmanuel Lalande | July 27, 2018
Nearly 150 years after its founding, with a bold approach to student success in the face of soc [...] Read more

In College Test Prep Industry, Cheaper Options Available

by Maria Danilova, Associated Press | May 8, 2017
WASHINGTON — Is there a price that a worried parent wouldn’t pay to help a child do well on [...] Read more

National Debate Over Tuition-free Plan Continues

by Catherine Morris | December 17, 2015
The national debate to make community colleges free continues as more states develop a tuition- [...] Read more