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SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) — California lawmakers are sending Gov. Jerry Brown a bill to rescue about 5,000 high school students who couldn’t graduate this year because the state canceled a required exit exam. 113 more words
The College Board also says it will waive its fees for students who want to take the test again, after an error regarding the allotted time for a reading section on June 6.. 7 more words
PITTSBURGH (CBS/AP) — A Revere man is one of 15 Chinese citizens who conspired to take college entrance exams on behalf of others or paid to have that done for them so they could obtain student visas, federal prosecutors in Pittsburgh said Thursday. 571 more words
Good Morning My Loves,
I got my morning dose of Facebook this morning and my dad posted an article from Huffington Post about Millennials.
We hear about the superior tech savvy of people born after 1980 so often that we tend to assume it must be true. But is it? 459 more words
One of America’s foremost testing agencies, the Educational Testing Service, has released a new report that is incredibly sobering, demonstrating that adult Americans, regardless of educational attainment are, as a group, less literate with respect to both words and numbers, and less capable of solving problems, than counterparts throughout the industrialized world. 805 more words