Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-05-27 09:26:35 –
Denver (KDVR) — The bill signed by Governor Jared Polis has terminated the state’s requirements for admission to public higher education to consider national assessment scores such as the SAT and ACT.
All Colorado public universities and colleges have helped this move.
The test is expensive and can be in favor of students in wealthy families. Removing the requirement will make admission more fair.
“Reducing barriers to the university admission process creates more fairness and fulfills our responsibility as the state’s leading public research university to educate all Colorado students, regardless of financial means or background. “It helps,” said Phil Di Stefano, Prime Minister of CU-Boulder.
Students can continue to take standardized tests and submit scores with the application as needed.
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