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26 October 2003 @ 06:45 pm
Taken from TIME.com

More broadly, students who attend failing schools could suffer as the SAT morphs from a test of general-reasoning abilities into a test of what kids learn in school. "There's a danger that making it too curriculum-dependent will actually increase overall score gaps for some minority groups," says Rebecca Zwick, a former chair of the College Board's own SAT Committee. "Because we have such huge disparities in the quality of schooling in the country, kids who go to crummy schools may be disadvantaged."
Helenhelen on October 27th, 2003 09:04 am (UTC)
This sounds sucky. Damn you, College Board! As if you didn't have enough of a stranglehold on our lives already, now you want to dictate the high-school curriculum all across America? KILL! KILL!
Mousy_Prophetmousy_prophet on October 27th, 2003 07:20 pm (UTC)
Just to let you know that
I finally figured out how to comment on someone else's journal. Thanks a lot.:P