The Dumbing Down Of America: NCAA Recommends Forgoing SAT, ACT Scores To Promote ‘Racial Equity’

NCAA follows Democrats lead, believes blacks aren’t smart enough to make the grade

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An NCAA task force has recommended high school students looking to play Division 1 or Division 2 sports shouldn’t have to submit their SAT or ACT scores as part of the recruiting process.

The Daily Caller reported that the NCAA Standardized Test Task Force made the recommendations on Friday as part of the NCAA’s attempts to promote “racial equity.”

“The announcement stems from the NCAA’s Plan to Advance Racial Equity, which includes eight proposals to ‘address racial justice and equity at the national office and among the membership.’

The SAT and ACT score component is a significant part of the plan when evaluating the initial eligibility requirements for Division 1 and Division 2 student-athletes,” the outlet reported.

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