Don't Use SAT and ACT as Your High School Tests, Study Urges
States should not use the SAT or ACT to measure high school achievement because those exams don't fully reflect states' academic standards, and could distort what's taught in the classroom, according to a study released Tuesday. The paper, released by Achieve , which pushes for high-quality standards and tests, calls for a halt in an assessment trend that's been picking up steam in recent years: states using the SAT or ACT instead of their high school tests.
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