July 27, 2015
African American students are less likely to meet key benchmarks for college readiness than any other group of underserved students, even when they successfully complete the high school coursework intended to prepare them for college, according to a new report released today by ACT and UNCF (United Negro College Fund).
July 20, 2015
The number of low-income students meeting key readiness benchmarks for college remained flat among 2014 ACT-tested high school graduates, as it has for the past five years, according to a new report released today by ACT and the National Council for Community and Education Partnerships (NCCEP).
Waiting to Send ACT Test Scores Does Not Provide Students with an Advantage in College Admission DecisionsPosted July 16, 2015
Students who wait to see their ACT test scores before sending them to colleges do not appear to gain an advantage in securing college admission, according to new research from ACT.
July 06, 2015
American Indian students are less likely than their peers to meet key college readiness benchmarks, even when taking academically rigorous courses in high school, according to a new report released today by ACT and the National Indian Education Association (NIEA).
Many Hispanic students lag behind their peers in college readiness, although they aspire to attend college at similar rates, according to a new report released today by ACT and Excelencia in Education.