Eyes have turned to California to see whether the University of California system decides to not require ACT or SAT scores for admission, which some leaders support. "The testing industry always viewed California as the grand prize, because it could serve as a grand marketing tool," says Robert Schaeffer, director of the National Center for Fair and Open Testing.
If California goes test optional, will other schools follow?
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