SAT SCORES AND AMERICAN STATES: SEEKING FOR USEFUL MEANING

@inproceedings{Page1985SATSA,
  title={SAT SCORES AND AMERICAN STATES: SEEKING FOR USEFUL MEANING},
  author={Ellis B. Page and Helmuts A. Feifs},
  year={1985}
}
Despite difficulties, states frequently seek to compare their test performance with that of other states, or with the published national norms. All states have some students taking the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) exams for college admissions, but because the numbers vary widely, when the state means are made public by the College Boards, there is debate about their interpretation. Here the 50 state SAT means are the criterion in a multivariate model, together with the state variables of… CONTINUE READING