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A Campaign of Quiet Persuasion: How the College Board Desegregated SAT

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by Jan Bates Wheeler
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A Campaign of Quiet Persuasion: How the College Board Desegregated SAT by Jan Bates Wheeler

In 1960, the College Entrance Examination Board became an unexpected participant in the movement to desegregate education in the South. Working with its partner, Educational Testing Services, the College Board quietly integrated its Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) centers throughout the Deep South. Traveling from state to state, taking one school district and even one school at a time, two College Board staff members, both native southerners, waged "a quiet campaign of persuasion" and succeeded, establishing a roster of desegregated test centers within segregated school districts while the historic battle for civil rights raged around them. In the context of the larger struggle for equal opportunities for southern black students, their work addressed a small but critical barrier to higher education.

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Pages: 264
Size: 5.7 MB
Publisher: LSU Press
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9780807152720 (DRM-PDF)

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