Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Why the new SAT isn't as transparent as the College Board wants you to believe

The College Board calls the new SAT “profoundly transparent,” but it won't release so-called item-level data — information about how students nationwide fared on particular questions — to the public. In fact, it hasn't released such statistics since 2000. That makes it difficult for the public to scrutinize why certain demographic groups perform so much better on the SAT than others.

Read the op-ed here.

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