THE LONG-AWAITED REPORT from a task force that assessed the University of California system’s admissions policies recommended that its schools continue to require applicants to submit a test score while also outlining a nearly decade-long path to replacing the current admission testing choices.

The findings and recommendations dealt an immediate blow to opponents of admissions policies that require students to submit an SAT or ACT score – a process that they’ve long argued disadvantages poor students and students of color. But in affirming that position and recommending a slow move away from the current admissions process, the task force also put testing companies on notice: The status quo won’t stand.

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