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Marked for Death: How the SAT Can Recruit You for the Military

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There is a little known provision in the “No Child Left Behind Act” which requires public high schools to release student contact information to military recruiters. But is there a link between signing up for the SAT, and attracting the interest of the military because of the way the information is distributed? Worried about the prospect of war with Iraq, Youth Radio’s AJ Herrmann decided to investigate and sent us this story.

  • SAT and Military” by AJ Herrmann.

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