Federal Bureau of Investigation agents on Friday raided the home of a former employee of the College Board as part of an investigation of a security breach involving hundreds of SAT questions, Reuters reported. The former employee is Manuel Alfaro, who left his job as executive director of assessment design and development at the College Board last year and who has -- since then -- been stating on his LinkedIn page that there are serious problems with the new SAT. A College Board spokesman told Reuters that the accusations were “patently false.” On his Linkedin page, Alfaro confirmed the raid and blamed it on the College Board.
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