A spelling bee battle continues Saturday between a 5th grade girl and a 7th grade boy. Last time, the two battled it out for so long organizers ran out of words. NBC's Ron Mott reports.
They are the three letters that strike fear and anxiety in high school students and their parents: S-A-T. Some have called the test, widely used as a key factor in college admissions, biased, unfair and out of touch. In response the college board announced big changes to the exam. NBC News reports.
For the first time in years, the SAT, a high school rite of passage, is being redesigned. Changes include a return to a score scale of 1600, and making the essay portion optional. NBC s Rehema Ellis reports.
The College Board has announced the first major changes to the SAT in nine years, hoping to level the playing field among those taking the exam.
A sophomore at Luther College made an incredible discovery in January: documents, thousands of years old. Some things you expect to find on a college campus, but not this. The papyri are woven from reeds, and have ancient Greek writing on them. They were hidden away in a basement archive at Luther. KWWL-TV reports.
Austin, Texas' 'Professor Dumpster,' along with students from elementary school through college, are working to turn 6x6 dumpster into a sustainable living space. KXAN's Kate Weidaw reports.
When a Texas school mentor saw dozens of kids eating cold lunch because their school meal account was overdue, he opened up his wallet. KPRC's Keith Garvin reports.
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