Over 1,900 colleges not requiring SAT, ACT in admissions for fall 2023

From Higher Ed Dive: “The tally comes from FairTest, a group advocating for the limited application of standardized assessments. … FairTest’s executive director, Harry Feder, said … that the group believes few institutions will maintain testing mandates should the U.S. Supreme Court restrict race-conscious admissions, as it is expected to do this month. … Critics of standardized exams point to wealthier students tending to score higher on them because they can access tutoring their low-income peers cannot. Meanwhile, testing providers like the ACT and College Board, which delivers the SAT, have acknowledged educational inequities but say their products are not to blame.”

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