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An Alternative Approach to Standardized Testing: A Model That Promotes Racial Equity and College Access

@inproceedings{Stewart2015AnAA,
  title={An Alternative Approach to Standardized Testing: A Model That Promotes Racial Equity and College Access},
  author={Saran Stewart and Chayla Haynes},
  year={2015}
}
Since its inception, standardized testing has long been considered an illustration of the endemic nature of racism in America and a barrier to college access for racially minoritized students. This paper explores how standardized testing affects racial equity and college access of racially minoritized students. Critical race theory (CRT) and access provide frameworks to understand how standardized testing impacts racially minoritized students as members of the college-going community… Expand
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