Local educators discuss upcoming SAT changes

Changes to an exam many students take before applying to college could mean changes in local classrooms.

Clark-Pleasant teachers start showing students vocabulary words they’ll see on the SAT exam as early as fifth grade. Right now students aren’t likely to see words, such as anachronistic and deleterious, anywhere else, and teachers want to start preparing students for the SAT early, so they’ll have the best chance at earning a top score, assistant superintendent John Schilawski said.

But in two years, the SAT will look considerably different than it does now.

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