Postsecondary Pathways | The Hunt Institute & College Board | SAT Accessibility and Equity in Today’s (Post) Pandemic Higher Education

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Join The @Hunt_Institute and @CollegeBoard on 10/27 for a #PostPathways webinar on SAT accessibility and #equity in today’s post-pandemic #highereducation landscape! Register here: http://ow.ly/BMZr50KOlcg 

Earlier this year, @CollegeBoard announced the SAT will move online by 2024. What does this shift mean? How will it change the #highered landscape? Join The @Hunt_Institute and @CollegeBoard on 10/27 for a #PostPathways webinar to discuss. Register: http://ow.ly/BMZr50KOlcg 

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In January of 2022, in an effort to be more equitable and inclusive, the College Board announced that the SAT would be moving to an online format by 2024. This shift in format will include changes such as a choice of what device on which to take the exam, the ability to autosave work, and expedited score results, to name a few. This move marks a new era of standardized testing, one which could make SATs more accessible for Americans across the country.  

During this session on Thursday, October 27th, The Hunt Institute in partnership with College Board will discuss what the shift could mean and how it could change the higher education landscape.   

Register here: http://ow.ly/BMZr50KOlcg 

#PostPathways #HigherEducation #HigherEducationMatters #PostsecondaryAttainment #Accessibility #Equity #EducationEquity #EdEquity #EquityinEducation #CollegePrep #StudentSuccess  

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Hi (name), 

In January of 2022, in an effort to be more equitable and inclusive, the College Board announced that the SAT would be moving to an online format by 2024. This shift in format will include changes such as a choice of what device on which to take the exam, the ability to autosave work, and expedited score results, to name a few. This move marks a new era of standardized testing, one which could make SATs more accessible for Americans across the country.  

During this session on Thursday, October 27th, The Hunt Institute in partnership with College Board will discuss what the shift could mean and how it could change the higher education landscape.   

Panelists include: 

  • Auditi Chakravarty, College Board, Senior Vice President, Learning, Evaluation, & Research 
  • Paula Brault, Greenfield High School, Greenfield, MA Associate Principal 
  • Natalia Cossio, South County High School, Fairfax VA  

Register: http://ow.ly/jWxJ50KJo6E 

See you there!  

Sincerely, 

(name)