Admissions group vets arguments for ending SAT

A National Association for College Admission Counseling commission stopped short of recommending the SAT be jettisoned, but more than 100 high school counselors and college-admissions officers attending a forum hosted by the commission differed primarily on whether the SAT should be replaced or made optional. "There is a lot about [the SAT] that ... has nothing to do with the curriculum," said Brad MacGowan, a Massachusetts high school counselor.

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