The Education Exchange: Is It Smart to Drop SATs from College Admissions?

The test helps the disadvantaged, latest research says

Photo of Donald WittmanDonald Wittman, an emeritus professor in the Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Wittman’s latest report, which contends that the University of California erred when it ended the use of SAT and ACT scores in admissions.

Wittman’s article, “The University of California Was Wrong to Abolish the SAT: Admissions When Affirmative Action Was Banned,” is available now.

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