Mark Montgomery over at Great College Advice has a nice review of some of the new issues that are being raised with the SAT exam. Basically, the College Board is bragging about how the SAT scores for this past year have stablized from the past few years decline. What they don’t discuss, however, is that the scores for the broad categroy of whites and asians have increased but all other racial minorities have decreased. Moreover, the clear disparity based on income is again see in the SAT results. In other words, the higher your family income the higher your SAT scores will generally be.
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