Every Oregon 10th-grader will take the PSAT this fall as a means to encourage more teens to consider college, identify learners who may do well in advanced courses and help teachers determine where students are struggling. "It's much bigger than just a test. It's about leading schools and students into a whole college-going culture," said Kris Zavoli, the College Board's senior director of state government relations. "For the proactive school that really taps into what this offers, it can really make a difference in connecting kids to college success."
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