College-Entrance Exam Writers Trained To Be More Culturally Sensitive

07/18/2002 | MSNBC

Reading passages in standardized tests have become an issue for testing programs, reports say. ACT and ETS, which produce college-entrance exams, have implemented guidelines that help writers recognize cultural sensitivities.

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