SAT exam adding "adversity scores" to capture student's backgrounds

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edited May 22 in US Political Debate
A new scoring index on the SAT, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, will calculate an individual student's "adversity score" looking at 15 factors tied to family income, neighborhood, and the quality of their high school. The College Board, the nonprofit that oversees the SAT, plans to expand the index to 150 schools this fall.
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