What Students Can Expect From Forecasted SAT ChangesBy Alex Silva College Board ,David Coleman ,sat ,SAT changes No comments
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Part of what Coleman feels is the issue with the current form of the SAT is that it doesn’t target the educational needs of the latest student demographics which have grown to be much larger and more diverse over recent years.