Margaret Thornton is a Ph.D. student in education administration and supervision at the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia. She serves as a graduate research assistant to the University Council for Educational Administration Headquarters Office. Margaret’s research interests include equity-focused school leadership development, school leadership for detracking and critical race theory. Prior to beginning her studies, she worked in detracking programs in Central Virginia in both teaching and leadership capacities.

If the College Board Is Going to Withhold Student SAT Scores, They Need to Hand Over Some Receipts

by Margaret Thornton

The College Board recently announced it will launch a new tool, an “adversity index,” which will help college admissions officers evaluate an applicant’s SAT score...

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I believe all children can learn and achieve.
I believe we owe it to them to provide supportive learning opportunities and the chance to go to college.

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