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1,400+ U.S. Four-Year Colleges and Universities Will Not Require ACT/SAT Scores for Fall 2022 Entry

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Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

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More Than Half of All U.S. Colleges and Universities Are Already ACT/SAT Optional for Fall 2022 Applicants

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Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

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National Call to Suspend High-Stakes Testing in Spring 2021

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Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773                                         

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Two-thirds of all U.S. colleges and universities are test-optional or test-blind for fall 2021 applicants

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Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

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Three-Fifths of Four-Year Colleges and Universities Are Test-Optional for Fall 2021 Admission; Total of Schools Not Requiring ACT/SAT Exceeds 1,450

 

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Colleges And Universities Temporarily Waiving ACT/SAT Requirements For 2020 Admissions Only

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES TEMPORARILY WAIVING

ACT/SAT REQUIREMENTS FOR 2020 ADMISSIONS ONLY

Please CLICK HERE to see the Updated list.

Action Alert! Cancel ALL State K-12 Exams Now -- Testing Resistance & Reform News: March 16-24, 2020

Pressure from grassroots activists and a bipartisan group of policymakers has forced President Trump and Education Secretary DeVos to allow states to suspend federal standardized exam requirements in the wake of the coronavirus. To protect public school children, educators and their families, state leaders must now be pressed to:
  1) Apply immediately for waivers of federal assessment mandates by filing a formal request with the U.S. Department of Education to be relieved of Every Student Succeeds Act testing obligations; AND

States Must Apply for Federal Testing Waivers; Eliminate All Other Testing Requirements

Pressure from grassroots activists and a bipartisan group of policymakers has forced President Trump and Education Secretary DeVos to allow states to suspend federal standardized exam requirements in the wake of the coronavirus. But to completely eliminate Spring 2020 testing, state leaders must
  1) file formal requests with the U.S. Department of Education to be relieved of Every Student Succeeds Act testing mandates for this year, and
  2) lift all requirements for state-required testing by legislative action to amend state laws or by executive order

2019 SAT Scores: Gaps Between Demographic Groups Grows Larger

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2019 The Best Year Ever for Test-Optional Higher Ed. Admissions

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Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

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for immediate release Wednesday, September 18, 2019

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