Can we make SATs and college admissions more transparent?

Tuesday, June 11, 2019 Frank Edelblut 0
It is unclear how the new SAT scores would affect a student’s chances of getting into college. These scores are based on where a student lives and the school they attend, not on the individual. Should students in some towns even take the SAT? These changes add ambiguity and anxiety to an already complicated college admissions process. READ MORE

Op/Ed: Education Innovation is the New Hampshire Way

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Frank Edelblut 0
There is growing disparity in student performance. Students who come from economically advantaged homes regularly outperform economically disadvantaged students. This is not a new development. It has been persistent for decades. What is alarming is that the disparity is growing. The very education system that is supposed to be the great equalizer is, in fact, becoming the great divider. READ MORE