Editorial

Why The SAT Adversity Score Is Un-American

The SAT has introduced a new “adversity score” with the stated intention of aiding students who have had more difficult upbringings.

The standardized test will use a grading scale of 1-100 to determine how much adversity a student has had to overcome, with one being the lowest, and 100 being the highest. However, some Americans are worried about the ultimate impact of the adversity score.

The Daily Caller’s Christianne Allen explains why she believes the new system is fundamentally “un-American” in the video above.

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