November 19 2014
Despite high interest in STEM overall, the number of 2014 high school graduates who plan to teach STEM subject areas is small and unlikely to meet future demand, according to The Condition of STEM 2014, a new report released today by ACT.
November 12 2014
According to a new report from ACT, many college-hopeful high school students are missing recruitment opportunities by choosing not to take advantage of an important benefit: having their ACT® scores automatically sent to their colleges of interest when they register for the test.
October 9 2014
Two new members have been added to the Board of Directors for ACT, Inc., and one existing director has been designated as vice chairman.
October 1 2014
Numerous states are increasing their use of computerized assessments, but few have updated their laws to account for the new cheating risks this testing format poses, according to The End of Erasures: Updating Test Security Laws and Policies for Computerized Testing, an ACT report released today at the first Conference on Test Security, cohosted by ACT.
August 20 2014
Interest in attending college continues to grow among U.S. high school graduates, according to ACT’s annual Condition of College & Career Readiness report. The report points to increased participation and high aspirations among the nation’s graduates, potentially leading to greater college access.