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The National College Testing Association (NCTA) has a new president. The University of West Georgia’s very own Francesca Taylor will serve as president for the 2014-2016 term. NCTA is an organization that consists of over 2,000 other testing professionals from across the U.S. and also Canada. “The opportunity to be the president of The National College Testing Association is what I consider the pinnacle of my professional career,” said Francesca. Currently Francesca is the director of the university’s Learning Support and Testing center located in Strozier Hall. She has been with the university since 1977, and although she left for a brief period of time, she eventually returned.Read More...