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TC's Chatterji: "More Diverse Students Aspire Toward College"

The Associate Professor of Measurement-Evaluation and Education told The Washington Times that increasing numbers of minority test-takers on the SAT "is a positive thing for our society," but that we need to do more so that all students can succeed in college and beyond.
The Associate Professor of Measurement-Evaluation and Education told The Washington Times that increasing numbers of minority test-takers on the SAT "is a positive thing for our society," but that we need to do more so that all students can succeed in college and beyond.

Link: Minorities’ small gains on SATs seen as ‘call to action’

Read Madhabi Chatterji's article in the TC Record on appropriate and inappropriate uses of the SAT here:
Bad Tests or Bad Test Use? A Case of SAT Use to Examine Why We Need Stakeholder Conversations on Validity

Published Friday, Sep. 27, 2013

TC's Chatterji: "More Diverse Students Aspire Toward College"

The Associate Professor of Measurement-Evaluation and Education told The Washington Times that increasing numbers of minority test-takers on the SAT "is a positive thing for our society," but that we need to do more so that all students can succeed in college and beyond.

Link: Minorities’ small gains on SATs seen as ‘call to action’

Read Madhabi Chatterji's article in the TC Record on appropriate and inappropriate uses of the SAT here:
Bad Tests or Bad Test Use? A Case of SAT Use to Examine Why We Need Stakeholder Conversations on Validity

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