Link to original article published on CNBC.COM: The UC System plans to phase out the SAT and ACT—and other schools may follow suit
By Abigail Hess on FRI, MAY 22 2020 1:37 PM EDT • UPDATED TUE, MAY 26 2020, 2:46 PM EDT
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In this article updated on CNBC.COM TUE, MAY 26 2020, 2:46 PM EDT it talks about how coronavirus pandemic has forced schools to shut their doors and forced The College Board, the organization that administers the SAT to cancel and postpone testing dates. In response, many colleges announced they would temporarily not require students to submit standardized test scores. Now, some schools are starting to make the temporary decision permanent.
Dr. Dani Babb is quoted in the article:
“I expect other universities to follow suit,” says Danielle Babb, former professor at UC Berkeley in a statement sent to CNBC Make It. “Universities are going to have to look at their own internal metrics to determine which critical success factors have enabled students to persist in their program and end up moving into gainful employment after graduation.”
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About Dr. Dani Babb
Dani Babb, Ph.D.
I'm Dani, The CEO and Founder of The Babb Group. I make it my goal to help professors get teaching jobs, and guide and provide resources to colleges and universities looking for help with new programs, student retention and expertly designed curriculum. I have been in online education as an educator and administrator since its inception, and have used this knowledge since 2005 to help professors find and keep jobs in the constantly changing online market.
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