Guest Post: The Future of the SAT – Inside Higher Ed
My favorite observer of the world of standardized tests, Akil Bello, is back with some thoughts on the at-home SAT.
Student Cheating at Issue as College Board Rolls Out Online AP Exams – Education Week
“Students are in a tough position, and to have been working towards a specific thing for so long and to have that be disrupted is angst-inducing,” Bello said. “So it’s incumbent upon those in power to ensure that disruptions are minimal and impact the least those in the worst position, and I don’t think the College Board has done that.”
The Chronicle of Higher Education: The Admissions Activists Are Here to Make You Uncomfortable, College Board Bars Registrants Who Aren’t Taking New SAT for ‘Intended Purpose’
Daily News Op-Ed: SHSAT test changes: Too timid to improve diversity
The Hechinger Report: Why the new SAT is not the answer
Amsterdam News: The Lack of Black and Brown Students at Specialized High Schools
Inside Higher Ed: A New SAT, Making the Case for Test Optional, Donors Endowed Coaching Posts; Children Subsequently Admitted, Massive Admissions Scandal, Why Are the Wealthy More Likely to Get Extra Time on the SAT?, How Much Do Millionaires Pay to Get Their Kids Into College?, Fallout From Exposé About Transcript Fraud, Should Colleges Admit Students in Front of Cameras?
The Atlantic: New SAT, New Problems
Diverse Issues in Higher Ed: Ed Grants for AP Exams ‘More Pyrite than Gold”
Other things that exist online:
Newsweek mentioned me using tweets to find PSAT source passages.
Back when I was under 40, I got a 40 under 40 award.
I was on NPR radio for all of 4 minutes.
Business.com interviewed me about entrepreneurship.
Black Enterprise featured me and my brother.
Books I’ve contributed to or been mentioned in:
The Princeton Review Accelerated LSAT In-Class Casebook 2006-2007
Cracking the New York City Specialized High Schools Admissions Test