ETS Policy Notes — From High School to College

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SAT educational trends ethnicity guidance counseling higher education


This issue of ETS Policy Notes (Volume 1, No. 2) provides three articles dealing with college-bound high school students. The first article is titled "Edging Forward: What the SAT® (Scholastic Aptitude Test) Shows about College-Bound Seniors in the 1980s." The second article, "Starting on the Right Track," reviews an Education Testing Service (ETS) study by R. Ekstrom and V. Lee suggesting that guidance counseling is not equally available to all secondary students. The third article, "High-Achieving Hispanic Students," introduces an ETS study by B. C. Clewell and M. F. Joy that describes the first cohort of applicants for the National Hispanic Scholar Awards for students planning to attend college. ED 338 632.


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