Crain’s Chicago Business: How test-optional admissions policies could help college diversity

During COVID, colleges were forced to shift to testing-optional admissions policies as
standardized testing sites were shut down. Students couldn’t take the SAT and ACT tests, so schools followed by not requiring them. Yet even as pandemic restrictions waned and students could again resume taking tests, college admissions have largely remained test-optional.

Dr. Kelly Dore was interviewed by Crain’s Chicago Business reporter Brandon Dupré. Read the full piece on the rise of this COVID-era admissions policy in Crain’s.