John Katzman founded the Princeton Review in 1981 after graduating from college. As he developed the tutoring program, he came to a troubling conclusion: The test had little to do with students’ high school curriculum and even less with how to perform well in college.
Instead of a for-profit, high-stakes entrance exam, Katzman – now the founder and CEO of Noodle – advocates for a new organization that coordinates testing that steers students to the right colleges and increases graduation rates.
You can read more about his vision for a new system in his recent msnbc op-ed. Katzman will be taking reader questions about the state of testing and his role in shaping the SATs.
Now, what’s your question?