Boston.com reports that College Board executives have agreed to turn in a report on SAT scoring errors after New York State Senator Kenneth LaValle issued a subpoena seeking disclosure of the report. In October, more than 4,000 high school seniors received incorrectly low scores on the SAT because of a computer glitch. In a statement, the College Board asserted that the report was protected under New York law, but they shouldn’t be arguing over “legal issues and technicalities.” The report will be released after the board vets it for proprietary information…