As summer wraps up, both ACT and SAT have news to share for 2021-2022:
The ACT has streamlined its process for obtaining extended time, and the SAT has released its “What to Expect on Test Day” statement addressing health and safety measures, test cancellation announcements, and rescheduling procedures for the fall. Useful information in here for most test-takers.
What to Expect on SAT Test Day this Fall
As the fall 2021 SAT administration dates approach, we want to lessen the uncertainty that has resulted from covid-19. One way we can do this is by making sure you know what to expect leading up to test day.
Health and safety
Our top priorities are the health and safety of students and educators. Local schools and test centers make individual decisions about whether to administer the SAT. All weekend test centers must adhere to College Board requirements or local health and safety guidelines if more stringent. Here are a few things…(to keep reading, click here).
Ensuring Students with Disabilities and English Learners Receive Necessary Supports For Success
By: Katie Featherston, Senior Director for Accessibility
In January, ACT CEO Janet Godwin shared our Renewed Commitments for 2021. As we embark on a new school year, it seems fitting to share some ways we’ve been working to increase equity and collaborate with school and industry partners to ensure students with disabilities and English learners (ELs) are provided the appropriate resources and supports necessary to succeed.
As we announced earlier this summer, our Accessibility and Accommodations team took a huge step…(to read more, click here)