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SAT 2010: Scores by Group

THE COLLEGE BOARD is reported to be “encouraged by [the] lack of change” in the 2010 SAT results — presumably this means they were expecting them to be worse — and, as we can see, part of this “lack of change” is the perennial reality of racial differences in performance, which despite decades of time and trillions of dollars dedicated to eradicating them, persist. These differences persist because they are rooted in genetic differences between the human races which can never be erased.

Table: Who Scores Highest — Average SAT Scores in Various Categories For the  High School Class of 2010, in USA Today:

1721: Students reporting family incomes of more than $200,000 per year.
1714: Students who had taken AP or honors courses in natural sciences.
1636: Asians.
1580: Whites.
1558: Students who took core curriculum.
1546: Students who previously took PSAT/NMSQT.
1523: Boys.
1510: Students reporting family incomes of $60,000-80,000 per year.
1509: National average.
1496: Girls.
1444: American-Indians or Native Alaskans.
1407: Students who did not take the core curriculum.
1400: Students who did not take PSAT/NMSQT.
1369: Mexicans and Mexican-Americans.
1363: Latinos (excluding Mexicans, Mexican-Americans and Puerto Ricans).
1349: Puerto Ricans.
1329: Students reporting family incomes of less than $20,000 per year.
1277: African-Americans.

Source: SAT 2010

"College Board Encouraged By Lack of Change in SAT Results: Table:
Who Scores Highest: Average SAT Scores in Various Categories For the
High School Class of 2010", in USA Today, September 14, 2010. p. A2.

1721: Students reporting family incomes of more than $200,000 per year.
1714: Students who had taken AP or honors courses in natural sciences.
1636: Asians.
1580: Whites.
1558: Students who took core curriculum.
1546: Students who previously took PSAT/NMSQT.
1523: Boys.
1510: Students reporting family incomes of $60,000-80,000 per year.
1509: National average.
1496: Girls.
1444: American-Indians or Native Alaskans.
1407: Students who did not take the core curriculum.
1400: Students who did not take PSAT/NMSQT.
1369: Mexicans and Mexican-Americans.
1363: Latinos (excluding Mexicans, Mexican-Americans and Puerto Ricans).
1349: Puerto Ricans.
1329: Students reporting family incomes of less than $20,000 per year.
1277: African-Americans.

Source: SAT 2010.

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