In the span of 117 seconds, the national conversation about standardized tests changed, perhaps forever.
The University of California’s Board of Regents on Thursday unanimously approved a plan to suspend its ACT/SAT requirement for admission until 2024. In 2025 the system would either introduce a new college-entrance exam for in-state applicants — or eliminate its standardized-testing requirement for all California students.
The move could have far-reaching implications. As the nation’s biggest market for college-entrance exams, the Golden State has long driven higher education’s discussions of the ACT’s and SAT’s benefits and…
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