College Board CEO says students’ SAT scores won’t be changed, new rating provides colleges with context

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May. 17, 2019 – 6:18 – David Coleman defends the College Board’s new ‘environmental context dashboard.’

4 thoughts on “College Board CEO says students’ SAT scores won’t be changed, new rating provides colleges with context

  1. They have been taking other factors into consideration for decades and this is just a codified system they designed but it does not change the actual score. Getting into university has always been unfair. Foreign students are given preference because they pay much higher tuition .

  2. That fish-lipped, hook-nosed misinformation peddler david coleman couldn’t possibly be a kike, eh? Also he’s a yale f’r.

    And there’s this:

    “In 2007, David left McGraw-Hill and cofounded Student Achievement Partners, a nonprofit that assembles educators and researchers to design actions based on evidence to improve student outcomes. Student Achievement Partners played a leading role in developing the Common Core State Standards in math and literacy. David left Student Achievement Partners in the fall of 2012 to become president of the College Board.”

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