ACT CEO: Removal of standardized test mandate ‘unsupported by research’

ACT continues to stress the importance of standardized tests as universities relax admission requirements. CREDIT ACT
In January, the Iowa Board of Regents abolished the mandate requiring high school students to submit SAT or ACT scores when applying to public universities in Iowa — yet another example of a national trend being replicated from Harvard to Hawaii Pacific University. Waived in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic by the University of […]
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