College Readiness

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Are high school graduates prepared for college? The College Board reported last month that SAT scores nationwide sunk to their lowest level in a decade. That's got some worried about the college readiness of young people. What's being done about it in Northeast Ohio? And do SAT and ACT scores really predict college success? Some schools, like Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, are now test optional. Discussion, tomorrow morning at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.


Lee Friedman, CEO, College Now Greater Cleveland.

Brent Shelley, President, Minds Matter Cleveland Chapter

Adam Voight, PhD, Cleveland State University Assistant Professor of Education, and Director of Center for Urban Education. 

Rebecca L. Watts, Vice Chancellor, P-16 Initiatives, Ohio Department of Higher Education

Scott Schulz, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Baldwin Wallace University

William C. Hiss, Author and Former Dean, Bates College.




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