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The College Board on Wednesday released sample questions and other materials for a redesigned SAT, promising a test that is grounded in students' real-world experiences and more focused on knowledge and skills needed to succeed in college and careers.
Set to debut in 2016, the new version will include more relevant vocabulary, return to the 1600-point scale (from the current 2400) and make the essay portion optional. That essay will no longer ask students to opine based on their own experiences
The College Board issued its new report early Thursday in New York City. The statewide numbers include students in public schools and 1,450 religious and independent school students who took 2,504 tests. The Utah Board of Education put out a news
This partnership marks the beginning of a five-year engagement with Instructure , an innovative company in eLearning technology...We welcome 's 15 community colleges to the Canvas community," said Devlin Daley , Co-founder and Chief Technology
Miami The new president of the College Board launched his tenure yesterday with a call to use the organization's clout to help historically underserved students reach their potential and find ways for all students to immerse themselves in academic
The information, drawn from the [...] The SAT Report of College and Career Readiness, released by The College Board, the company that administers the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) used by colleges to assess student knowledge and potential, finds
Vt. (MarketWatch) Late summer is when parents bring their children to college. As they drive to campus they're worried about tuition increases, the burden of student debt and whether their children will find jobs when they graduate. Some parents and
The College Board is putting 857 empty schools desks on the National Mall in an attempt to get the presidential candidates and others running for public office to talk more about education. College Board says the desks represent the number of
T The College Board was urged Monday to cancel a scheduled Aug. 3 administration of the SAT for a select group of gifted and talented' students enrolled in a $4,500 college prep program. The request to the College Board, which owns the SAT, was sent
By Joseph Harkins WASHINGTON, D.C. _ Some recent high school graduates still basking in their shining moment are about to be confronted with a grim reality. That’s what a non-profit group said about 1.