Georgia to use grant money to provide free PSAT

09/10/2010 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Georgia's Board of Education voted Thursday to use $1.1 million of the state's Race to the Top funding -- $400 million over the next four years -- to continue to offer the PSAT to all 10th-graders for free. Free PSATs were eliminated during budget cuts this year, but they remained free to low-income students. Some are critical of adding more tests, but officials say the PSAT can be used to determine class placement.

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