unironically import the french model, which most continental europe uses, and which was also the standard in the eastern block: national examination covering 2-5 subjects which may vary depending on the curricula track (STEM-focused or humanities-focused), and competitive written exams for entry into higher education.
This shit ain't happenin in Burgerstan without a revolution.
Too many PROFITs to be lost
That's how non-profits work. Especially churches.
AP, ACT, SAT, GRE, etc. CollegeBoard controls the entirety of standardized higher education testing in the US.
So the problem doesn't necessarily seem to be capitalism, but the fact that a single company has been given a monopoly over testing thanks to federal regulations
>>7452>the problem doesn't necessarily seem to be capitalism>a single company has been given a monopoly
Capitalism has a tendency towards monopoly formation
So if you are complaining about monopolies you are complaining about capitalism too.