Can students, or their parents on their behalf, opt out of sharing information for use in Landscape?

Landscape does not contain student-level data and therefore doesn't require students to opt in. The only exception is the student-specific test scores. The test score in Landscape is based on the scores that students choose to send to colleges.

Colleges choose which student-submitted test score to display in Landscape. College Board concords ACT® scores to SAT scores using published concordance tables.

College Board takes students' privacy very seriously and students can always opt out of providing their individual information to colleges, whether through the Student Data Questionnaire (SDQ) they fill out when they take a College Board assessment, or when they're deciding to participate in Student Search Service®.

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