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Beyond door-knocking and political ads: How can increasing K–12 civic education get-out-the-vote during future elections?

Several high-profile midterm primary elections have amplified the ongoing national debate about how to engage and inform voters. Although get-out-the-vote efforts focus, naturally, on those...

An Expert’s Experience in Access for Bilingual and Low-Income Learners

Exposing learners to the opportunities that lie ahead begins with establishing equitable learning environments and exposing them to a myriad of possibilities. For Dr. Patricia...

An Education Leader on Preparing Today’s Learners for an Optimistic Future

Preparing today’s generation of learners to redesign the future first requires them to imagine all they can achieve by working on and testing their capabilities,...

ETS in the News

The New York Times

We Are Leaving ‘Lost Einsteins’ Behind

In the international competition to produce a work force equipped to cope with accelerating rates of technological innovation, the United States is leaving hundreds of thousands of highly capable people by the wayside, perhaps even millions.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Webinar Calls on K-12, Higher Education to Promote Civic Learning and Engagement

As misinformation and government-related conspiracy theories continue to divide the nation, the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and the Educating for American Democracy initiative co-hosted a webinar on Tuesday to discuss the need to promote civic readiness within the K-12 education system.
Inside Higher Ed

Ignoring Key Data Points Can Make or Break Holistic Admissions

Graduate programs striving to admit the most qualified and diverse classes can do so by ensuring their admissions review processes consider insightful and trusted metrics like GRE General Test scores. Waiving the only common, objective measure in a holistic review process will inherently make the process less fair and equitable as the likelihood of implicit bias increases.

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Product Launches & Updates

Research Results on Linking the TOEFL Junior® Test to China’s Standards of English Released

Following the release of the research results linking TOEFL iBT® scores with China’s Standards of English (CSE) in December 2019, ETS and the National Education Examinations Authority (NEEA) of the Ministry of Education (MOE) recently released the results linking TOEFL Junior® scores with the CSE. The study, “Aligning Language Test Scores to Local Proficiency Levels: The Case of China’s Standards of English Language Ability (CSE),” was published in the Chinese/English Journal of Educational Measurement and Evaluation (Vol. 3: Issue 1, Article 1, 2022). By clarifying the meaning of the TOEFL Junior scores and their corresponding English-proficiency levels under the CSE, this benchmarking will enable young test takers, as well as their teachers and parents, to better evaluate their English ability, promote more targeted English learning and improve English language skills.

Product Launches & Updates

ETS Offers 25% Savings on the TOEFL iBT® test with GRE® General Test Registration

Test takers in India preparing for graduate and professional programs in the United States, Canada, Europe and beyond can now access an exclusive discount on the TOEFL iBT ® test when they register for the GRE® General Test, ETS announced today. As of May 1, test takers save 25% on their TOEFL iBT test registration when they register for the GRE test.