The College Board, which administers the SAT Reasoning Test, reports that math scores were down one point while scores in both reading and writing were down two. Despite the downturn in scores, State Education Commissioner Robert Scott sounded a positive note, pointing to an increase in the number of Texas minorities taking the SAT. More than half the Class of 2010 in Texas took the SAT and more than 53 percent were minorities, a ten percent increase from a decade ago.