NASFAA Policy Considerations Could Provide College Motivation And Risk Mitigation
For the past five years, less than half of SAT takers scored high enough on the standardized test to be considered poised for success in college, according to the 2013 SAT Report on College & Career Readiness, released just over a week ago by the College Board. The organization is taking steps to try to stave off continued flat rates, but that task needn’t fall solely to the College Board. Colleges, with the help of the federal government, can also take steps to encourage student performance in high school, as well as to mitigate risks for needy students, when necessary.
Read the whole article originally published in: Todays News Feed.