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How to fix low SAT and ACT scores in horrid Chicago Schools

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  • d2harris 4 years ago

    I think your idea is phenomenal and right on the money. Where I would challenge you is on the dismissiveness surrounding the biased nature of the SAT. i teach college readiness and I have to say, some of the SAT questions really do reveal that this was originally an Ivy League exam, culling from cultural references that most poor kids simply do not have. This bias (as you correctly pointed out) permeates our entire society. But the SAT proclaims itself an objective measure of college learning ability, a fact that is disproven by the subjective nature of many of its questions. That is what i take issue with. That said, our kids will still do better if they start reading more.

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