The SAT is undergoing yet another makeover, ditching some of the more obscure words on the vocabulary section and dropping the essay requirement (the essay will now become optional).
And it is reverting to the 1600-point score system that made SAT scores a quick and understandable shorthand (rather than a complicated “Wait, what’s that score on the new scale?” riddle), moving away from the 2400-point scale that arrived in 2005 along with the essay.Read full article >>
The College Board plans to launch a revised SAT admission test in 2016. Here are a few sample and practice questions that illustrate portions of the current version of the test, drawn from The College Board’s Official SAT Study Guide.Read full article >>
The SAT college admission test will no longer require a timed essay, will dwell less on fancy vocabulary and will return to the familiar 1600-point scoring scale in a major overhaul intended to open doors to higher education for students who are now shut out.Read full article >>
New - A fully online MA Degree in History and Government
The Ashbrook Center at Ashland University announces a fully online Master of Arts Degree designed with the social studies teacher in mind. The degree is designed to provide secondary school teachers with the content expertise they need to develop civic literacy in the next generation of American citizens, while fitting in to the teacher's busy schedule.