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VOA: SAT Cancels Tests in US and Abroad

The trend to deemphasize standardized tests in admissions decisions at U.S. colleges and universities moved ahead this week. 

CNN: University of California System can’t use SAT and ACT tests for admissions, judge rules

(CNN) The University of California system can no longer use ACT and SAT tests as a determinant for admissions, a superior court judge has...

CNN: Mary Trump’s scathing book claims Trump paid someone to take his SATs

(CNN) Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump levels scathing criticism at the President in her forthcoming book, accusing him of being a "sociopath" and charging that...

NPR: Colleges Are Backing Off SAT, ACT Scores — But The Exams Will Be Hard To Shake

Like many high school counselors, Crys Latham has been paying close attention to the colleges that are announcing that they'll no longer...

CNN: University of California will suspend SAT and ACT testing admission requirement until 2024

(CNN) The University of California (UC) is suspending ACT and SAT tests as an admissions requirement until 2024.The Board of Regents unanimously...

NPR: Colleges Go Test-Optional After SAT, ACT Are Called Off

Updated at 2:26 p.m. ET. In mid-March, as schools across the country began to close, aspiring college students got big...
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Illinois students selected for inaugural Voyager Scholarships

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Two University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign juniors are among 100 students nationwide awarded the inaugural Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, also...

Theaster Gates Jr. named Special Advisor to the President for Arts Initiatives

Theaster Gates Jr., professor in the Department of Visual Arts and the College and a world-renowned artist, has been appointed Special Advisor...

VOA: VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, September 25–October 1

Thousands of Cubans in Pipeline of US Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program  As U.S. border officials report high numbers...

NPR: A public payphone in China began ringing and ringing. Who was calling?

For years, the public payphone in Beijing — demurely shielded by its bulbous, yellow cover — sat underused, eclipsed by the rise...