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5 Ways To Keep The Morning Of The SAT Stress-Free

| Posted 12.02.2014 | Teen

By Sara Heath You’ve read all the prep guides, taken SAT/ACT prep courses and went to bed super early last night. But now it’s the morning of t...

Stop the Cheating: An Open Letter to the College Board and ACT

Rebecca Joseph | Posted 12.14.2014 | Education
Rebecca Joseph

Honest kids suffer in so many ways because of unregulated test sites. They work so hard, and then other kids cheat, reducing the impact of their scores, statistically and psychologically. When agencies hold back scores, these honest kids get punished a second time.

The College Board Democratizes Access to Public Education

Kathryn Juric | Posted 08.27.2012 | Education
Kathryn Juric

ETS and the College Board do not take lightly the decision to invalidate test scores, because we understand and hear firsthand the inconvenience and frustration such decisions cause students and their families.

Why Standardized Tests Are Fine With Me

Paula White | Posted 08.07.2012 | Education
Paula White

Given what we know about the structure of our society, the demands of the knowledge economy, and the need to pass tests in order to advance in many of the nation's best careers, how can we entertain the idea that testing should be drastically scaled back?

SAT's New Testing Date 'Contradicts All Reasoning Of Fairness'

Gregory Kristof | Posted 06.05.2012 | Education

For the first time, the SAT will be offered during the summer when students are not distracted by schoolwork and have more time to devote to SAT prep....

Why East Asian Students May Have An Advantage On The SAT

Inside Higher Ed | Posted 03.20.2012 | College


I Was A Freshman Mom

Janet Hubert | Posted 08.17.2011 | College
Janet Hubert

So many of the young people who recognize me on the street always say, "Wow I grew up watching you." Well the image of mothers has certainly changed since my days as a television mom.

The Anxiety Business

Eliot Schrefer | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Eliot Schrefer

The College Board is both in the business of test administration and test prep. If this feels inherently unfair, it should -- it's like a doctor whacking your knee with a sledgehammer and then offering to patch you up.