WARNING: Sarcasm Alert
Breaking News: In a tersely worded announcement this morning, the College Board announced it would discontinue its Advanced Placement test for probability/statistics after students protested the scoring of the June 2018 SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test).
“These damn kids have gotten too smart,” said David Coleman, President and Chief Executive Officer of the College Board. “They’re onto our game. We need to stop encouraging schools to teach them about statistics so they will not have excellent arguments to challenge us.”
Postscript (not sarcasm): If you want to support these teens, sign their petition here: June 2018 petition drive