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College Board Emphasis on Small Score Changes Encourage SAT Misuse by Colleges, Scholarship Programs

for further information:
Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773
Christina Perez (857) 350-8207for use along with annual SAT score release, August 27, 2002

New Study Finds Rewarding Schools for MCAS Score Gains Produces Flawed Results, Encourages Inappropriate Practices

for release after 12:01 a.m., June 27, 2002

for further information contact:
Anne Wheelock: 617-524-7324
Monty Neill: (857) 350-8207

 

Test Critics Tell College Board Trustees: "New SAT" Proposals are Cosmetic, Marketing Ploy Evading Test's Real Problems

for further information:
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773
or Christina Perez (857) 350-8207

 

 

for immediate release, Monday, June 17, 2002

 

SAT Repackaging Fails to Address Fundamental Flaws, May Incrase Exam's Bias and Coachability

for further information: Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773
June 27 & 28 (212) 265-7400
or Christina Perez (857) 350-8207

 

 

for use after 2:30pm Thursday, June 27, Empire Hotel NYC News Briefing

 

U.C. Regents Urged to Question Admissions Test Change Impacts FairTest Says Current Proposals Fail to Address Concerns

for further information:
Christina Perez (857) 350-8207
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773

The Truth Behind the Hype: A Closer Look at the SAT

by Christina Perez, FairTest

2002 NEACAC Conference

Fairfield University, May 29-31, 2002

** Please note that this was one of three presentations delivered during this session.

WHY THE MCAS HURTS

WHY THE MCAS HURTS
Brookline Tab -- May 8, 2002
Guest Commentary
by Dana Monnier, Emma Stoskopf-Erlich, Riva Lencer, Irene Behrman,Adam
Stoler, Alessandro Ascherio

AIMS Press Release

Press Release
Did You Know: Tempest
Over 4 Test Items

Civil Rights, Ed. Advocacy Groups Seek Racial Bias Probe of Bright Futures Scholarship Award Formula

for further information:
Christina Perez (857) 350-8207
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773
for immediate release, Wednesday, December 12, 2001

Civil rights and education advocacy groups from Florida and around the nation are calling on state leaders to address "racial bias" in the formula used to award Bright Futures scholarships.

SAT Scores Not Needed for Fair, Valid College Admissions

for further information:
Christina Perez (857) 350-8207
Bob Schaeffer (941) 395-6773

for use with annual SAT results, 12 noon EDT, Tuesday, August 28, 2001

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