Posted: Thu. May 21, 2020, 4:34pm PT
Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers appears on KCBS radio to talk about University of California Regents voting to suspend ACT and SAT testing requirements for incoming students. Evers says the decision shows a bias against hard-working high school students and especially Asian-American students. He says the UC administration has been moving in this direction for some time. He says the UC faculty actually voted to keep the SAT and ACT tests.