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Reuters has been releasing articles related to the newly-designed SAT ever since someone anonymously sent over 400 SAT questions
After his stint as a “lead architect” for the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), David Coleman landed the presidency of
Will the College Board honor its decision to reschedule those March 2016 over-21 test takers for the May 2016 test, or will there be yet another last-minute email to those whose lives have already been disrupted as a result of poor planning on the part of the College Board?
It is now mid-December- two months after the mid-October PSAT. No scores. The College Board initially stated that scores
Becoming part of the College Board's new SAT roll out caught numerous students unawares as Coleman's College Board decided to use students taking the October 2015 SAT as the first guinea pigs for the new scoring delivery system. And it went badly.
Conservatives thought the last update didn't paint a positive enough picture of the country.
The 2016 SAT is content-based, with less emphasis on logic than the current SAT. Math problems are more likely to look like problems that could appear in a school math class and less like logic puzzles.
You know the moment when you ready yourself to leap to your feet at the end of a symphony, only to hear that glimmer of a violin note that keeps you glued to your seat and safe from mortification? That was me a few weeks ago at the College Board Forum.
Billionaire Bill Gates really wants the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for "mass" education.
Proponents of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) like to promote the idea that CCSS is "not a curriculum." The CCSS website further states the disjointed idea that local districts somehow retain true freedom over what is taught in the classroom. This is a lie.
SAT scores for the class of 2014 averaged a 497 in reading, 513 in math and 487 in writing -- about the same as the last few years, according to a report released Tuesday by the College Board, the administrator of the notorious college entrance exam.
"Flat and stagnant would be the words that we would use," said Cyndie Schmeiser, the College Board's chief of assessment
In 2013, more than 1 million students took an AP exam. About 600,000 students received a score of three or above on at least
Coleman's genius marketing idea solution to educational inequality is to take human bias out of the equation and replace it with the hidden human bias encased in testing.