“When less than half of kids who want to go to college are prepared to do so, that system is failing.” - College Board President Gaston Caperton
SAT reading scores hit a four-decade low
As the number of students taking the SAT increases, scores slipped nationally.
Poverty and Achievement
There is a significant correlation between family income and test scores on the SAT, with average scores increasing with every $20,000 in additional family income.
Via Mel Riddile