DU Joins Trend Of Schools With 'Test Optional' Admissions ProcessThe University of Denver announced Tuesday it would switch to a “test-optional” admissions process. This means for 2020 prospective students who don’t want to take the SAT or ACT, they don’t have to.
DU Will Get Rid Of SAT/ACT Test Score Requirement On ApplicationsThe University of Denver joins more than 1,000 other universities and colleges allowing prospective students to not list their SAT or ACT scores on their application.
Colorado High School Juniors Take SATHigh school juniors took the SAT college entrance exam on Tuesday.
Colorado Schools Will Continue With Free ACT College Entrance Exams Following BacklashFollowing backlash from parents and students, the Colorado Department of Education board announced Monday it will to continue to administer the ACT college entrance exam to high school juniors for free this year.
A Redesigned SAT Will Debut In Spring 2016The College Board, who administers the SAT, announced earlier this year they are giving the exam a major overhaul and cite eight specific changes.
Sales Of Public Data To Marketers Can Mean Big $$ For GovernmentsA CBS4 Investigation has uncovered that government agencies at all levels are selling personal information to marketing companies.
No Charges For Student Accused Of Stealing ACT TestsThe Cherry Creek High School junior accused of stealing ACT and Advanced Placement tests will not be criminally charged, but CBS4 has learned he also won't be returning to the school.
Colorado Could Ditch More School TestsOpponents of standardized tests for schoolchildren have a fresh weapon this year in Colorado -- the high price tag of exams.
Bennet Leads Effort To Revamp Standardized TestsTests like the CSAP, ACT and SAT are about to come under scrutiny unlike ever before. Sen. Michael Bennet launched an effort to revamp the tests.
Colorado Study Looks At Students' College ReadinessA new study suggests Colorado students who need remedial education when they enter a Colorado college can be identified from achievement test results as early as sixth grade.