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New, Digital SAT is a College Board Marketing Ploy Not A Fairer, More Accurate Admission Tool

for further information, contact:                      

Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

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More Than 1,815+ Schools Do Not Require ACT/SAT Scores From Current High School Seniors Applying For Fall 2022

for further information, contact:                      

Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

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College Board National Recognition Program Administration Failures Leaves Thousands of Black, Hispanic, Latino, Indigenous and Rural Students Behind

For immediate release

Contacts

Marci Lerner Miller, Potomac Law Group  949 706-9734  mmiller@potomaclaw.com

  Melissa Iachán, Justice Catalyst Law   646 899-1527  miachan@justicecatalyst.org

New Tool to Combat College Board/ETS Testing Screw Ups

Were you or a child you work with one of the thousands of examinees who experienced access issues, scoring problems, administrative issues, trouble receiving accommodations or using them, or concerns about the use of your data or test security on standardized exams sponsored by College Board or Educational Testing Service (ETS)?

Now, you have a new tool to seek justice and compensation.

Record 1,785+ Schools Are Test-Optional For Fall 2022

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Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

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Two-Thirds of Bachelor-degree Granting U.S. Colleges and Universities Will Not Require ACT/SAT Scores From Fall 2022 Applicants

for further information, contact:                      

Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

            mobile  (239) 699-0468

 

National Call to Suspend High-Stakes Testing in Spring 2021

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Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773                                         

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FairTest’s 35th – What’s Next for Assessment Reform?

Friends and Allies:

Thirty-five years ago this weekend,  news stories across the nation reported, “The tens of millions of Americans who take standardized exams each year now have an organization to defend their rights.” FairTest, the National Center for Fair & Open Testing was launched at a news conference featuring civil rights, education reform, feminist, and student leadersduring the College Board’s annual meeting.

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

for further information, contact:                      

Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

            mobile  (239) 699-0468

 

College Board Sued By Students, Fair-Testing Advocates For Access And Technology Failures On Computerized AP Exams

FairTest                                                                              
The National Center for Fair & Open Testing

 

MILLER ADVOCACY GROUP      

 

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