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With online SAT on hold, universities drop test requirements
The College Board has halted putting the SAT online during the pandemic. Now universities are dropping their standardized testing requirement on applications.
College Board puts online SAT on hold
Concerned with potentially compromising the test's integrity, College Board is not making the SAT available online this year and asking universities to loosen admissions requirements.
SAT will move online if schools don't reopen, College Board says
The standardized testing company College Board says it's preparing to put the SAT online and to help students who don't have access to broadband or devices.
College Board sold student data for 47 cents each, lawsuit claims
The nonprofit that administers the SAT and AP exams says it doesn't sell student data, but a Chicago Public Schools parent claims otherwise.
New AP computer science course sees 50 percent growth in second year
The Computer Science Principles course is a boon because it approaches the subject from a creative, multi-disciplinary view, officials say.
In unprecedented move, third-party providers expand availability of AP computer science
Participation in the introductory AP Computer Science Principles course has elevated the College Board's computer science efforts overall.
AP Computer Science sees big spike in participation
Girls and minorities especially have benefited from a new computer science course that appeals to more students, the College Board said.
Code.org, College Board expand computer science classes
The coding organization and College Board have teamed up to develop prep materials for a new high school course called AP Computer Science Principles.
Few women, minorities take AP computer science exams
For the third year in a row, no female pupils took the Advanced Placement computer science exam in Montana or Wyoming, according to 2013 College Board data.