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Topic - Kathryn Juric
"We believe these measures support both test integrity and access and equity for all students," said Kathryn Juric, vice president of the SAT program for the College Board.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice (right) joins Kathryn Juric, vice president of the SAT program for the College Board, in Mineola, N.Y., on Tuesday as they announce a security overhaul to prevent cheating on the SAT exams.