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Age of Awareness

How the College Board Ate American Education

And became a $1 billion corporation along the way

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For a certain type of college-bound high school student, the pressure has compounded in recent decades. Ambitious students have made admission to a prestigious university their all-encompassing quest. This quest has only become more difficult as the population has grown (while the number of spots in…




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