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The SAT Fraud

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According to the College Board, the SAT is “intended to measure literacy, numeracy and writing skills that are needed for academic success in college”.

But the New York Times has discovered that this high school ritual is far more a measure of a students socio-economic status.

Something many of us who taught high school understood decades ago.

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Winning at the SAT Game

Sound advice (and some far-too-close-to-reality satire) about the SAT and test prep companies from last night’s Colbert Report.

If you take enough of their math classes [Princeton Review], you may even learn their formula for turning children’s fear into cash.

Some English teachers may not want to hear what Stephen has to say about essays.

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