OP-ED: Does Eliminating Standardized Testing Help First-Generation and Low-Income Students?

Recently, the entire University of California announced that it would be going test-optional. It has been a long held belief that standardized testing puts low-income students and students from underserved communities at a disadvantage in the college admissions process. Yet, how can we begin to level a playing field that has been irrevocably damaged from the start?

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Full-Ride Scholarship

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation offers a 40,000 per year scholarship for high-achieving students with financial need seeking to attend top-schools.

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