Who is ETS owned by?

Who is ETS owned by?

Who is ETS owned by?

ETS is a U.S.-registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created in 1947 by three other nonprofit educational institutions: the American Council on Education (ACE), The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and The College Entrance Examination Board.

What is ETS online test?

The ETS® Proficiency Profile assesses critical thinking, reading, writing, and mathematics skills. You are taking this assessment so that your institution can demonstrate program effectiveness for accreditation and funding purposes.

What is ETS contact?

Contacts for Scoring Programs

Program Email Phone Number
GRE ® Tests [email protected] 1-800-301-7286
HiSET ® Exam [email protected] 1-800-301-7286
Praxis ® Tests [email protected] 1-800-301-7286
SAT ® On-Campus Program [email protected] 1-800-301-7286

Is ETS part of Pearson?

The Higher Education division of Pearson Teacher Education and Development has collaborated with the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to create Access Code Kit for THE PRAXIS SERIES™: Principles of Learning and Teaching Online Tutorial.

What is a ETS Proficiency Profile?

What is the ETS Proficiency Profile? The ETS Proficiency Profile assesses critical thinking, reading, writing and mathematics skills. Institutions use this assessment to demonstrate program effectiveness for accreditation and funding purposes.

How do I send an email to ETS?

For general questions or concerns related to security, please email us at [email protected] or contact our Security Hotline at 1-800-750-6991 (toll free for test takers in the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Canada) or +1-609-406-5430 (all other locations).

How do I contact ETS customer services?

ETS Customer Service Email: [email protected] Phone: 1-855-MyHiSET (1-855-694-4738) — toll free.

Does ETS own Collegeboard?

What is ETS’s relationship to the College Board ®? The College Board sponsors the SAT ®, the Advanced Placement Program ® Exams and other testing programs and decides how they will be constructed, administered and used. ETS develops and administers these tests on behalf of the College Board.

What is ETS worth?

The biggest organization of the three big testing non-profits in terms of revenues is the ETS, with $1.14 billion in revenues and $1.11 billion in expenses, according to the 2013 tax form. It’s total assets were $941,669,696, less than the College Board’s, which were more than $1 billion.