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Civil Rights, Ed. Advocacy Groups Seek Racial Bias Probe of Bright Futures Scholarship Award Formula

for further information:
Christina Perez (857) 350-8207
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773
for immediate release, Wednesday, December 12, 2001

Civil rights and education advocacy groups from Florida and around the nation are calling on state leaders to address "racial bias" in the formula used to award Bright Futures scholarships.

SAT Scores Not Needed for Fair, Valid College Admissions

for further information:
Christina Perez (857) 350-8207
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773

for use with annual SAT results, 12 noon EDT, Tuesday, August 28, 2001

GMAT Scoring Error Hurt A Thousand Business School Applicants; Test-Takers Were Not Told of Mistake for Ten Months

for further information:
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773
or Monty Neill (857) 350-8207

 

College Board Challenged to End "Blatant Hypocrisy" by Cracking Down on SAT Misuses, Including Its Own Handbook

for further information:

Christina Perez (857) 350-8207
or Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773

 

The ACT: A Different Test, Not a Better Test

for further information: Christina Perez (857) 350-8207
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773

for immediate release, Tuesday, August 14, 2001

NAEP Reading Scores Show Testing Mania Fails to Improve Learning; Education Quality Undermined for Low-Income, Minority Children

for further information:
Monty Neill (857) 350-8207
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773

for immediate release, Friday, April 6, 2001

 

Boston Parents Say No to the MCAS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Monday, April 9, 2001

CONTACT: Eleanor LeCain (617) 983-3436 or
Peggy Wiesenberg (617) 624-5220 (day); (617) 524-5405 (evening)

California Teachers Association Statement - March 2001

The California Teachers Association adopted the following statement at the State Council meeting of March 24-25, 2001. This statement was the work of several Council committees and was adopted with the support of the executive officers.

The three paragraphs of rationale are all based on existing CTA policy. The thirteen bullets lay out a legislative agenda.

SAT Score Report: Fixation on Biased, Useless Test Results Undermines Educational Equity and Excellence

for further information:
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773
or Monty Neill (857) 350-8207

for use with SAT results, 12 noon EDT, Tuesday, August 29, 2000

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