College Board, ETS Face Class Action Over Reused SAT Test

Law360 (August 31, 2018, 7:49 PM EDT) -- Educational Testing Service and The College Board have been hit with a putative class action in Florida federal court claiming they failed to provide a fair test-taking environment by reusing previously leaked questions on a recent college entrance test.

The two nonprofit corporations allegedly breached their contract and duty to test-takers to provide a fair and equitable testing environment when administering the SAT exam, according to the complaint filed Thursday in the Middle District of Florida.

“[T]he College Board and ETS, with full knowledge of past security breaches including identical incidents of exam content leaked to the public chose to reuse a test previously administered,...

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