Getting to know the College Board
Although ostensibly a not for profit organization, the head of the tiny group that controls the College Board takes close to a million dollars per year in salary and benefits. Meanwhile, the organization pays SAT test proctors $95 for almost 6 hours of work, explaining that the proctors are providing a "service" and should not expect reasonable renumeration for their time. This concept is apparently lost on the President of the organization himself. Furthermore, those of us who have been asked to read (correct) the free response portion of the various AP Exams are insulted by the dormitory accommodations, the cafeteria meals, and the miserable stipend offered. One wonders if President Caperton stays in college dorms and eats cafeteria food as he travels the country on behalf of the College Board. He certainly can afford better.