We learned this week that the College Board is streamlining the process for requesting test accommodations for the SAT.
Read more at EdWeek.org.
While most colleges and businesses find standardized testing useful in comparing large groups of applicants, Oliver Staley cites research supporting the notion that a more holistic approach to education that embraces a broader set of academic and psychological factors is more effective in predicting and encouraging future life success.
Read more at Quartz.
Sometimes laughter is, as they say, the best medicine. To help with test anxiety, we can always turn to Mr. Bean...