ACT working papers document preliminary research. The papers are intended to promote discussion and feedback before formal publication. The research does not necessarily reflect the views of ACT.
Effects of Psychosocial Factors on Gender Differences in First-Year College English and Mathematics Grades, Edwin A. Ndum, Jeff Allen, Jason D. Way, Alex Casillas
Estimating the Probability of Traditional Copying, Conditional on Answer-Copying Statistics, Jeff Allen, Andrew Ghattas
Effects of Psychosocial Characteristics of Middle School Students on High School Grades and On-Time Graduation, Joann L. Moore, Jason D. Way, Alex Casillas, Jeremy Burrus, Jeff Allen, Mary Ann Hanson
More Promising Results: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Career & College Clubs Participation on College Enrollment, Ty M. Cruce, Krista Mattern, James A. Sconing
Spring 2014 ACT® Test Mode Comparability Study, Dongmei Li, Qing Yi, Deborah Harris
How Accurate Are Self-Reported High School Courses, Course Grades, and Grade Point Average? Edgar Sanchez, Richard Buddin
Building a Common Language for Career Readiness and Success: A Foundational Competency Framework for Employers and Educators, Hope Clark
Validity Decay in STEM and Non-STEM Fields of Study, Paul A. Westrick.
Catching up to College and Career Readiness in Kentucky, Chrys Dougherty, Linda Hiserote, and Teresa Shaw.
Catching up to College and Career Readiness in Arkansas, Chrys Dougherty, Linda Hiserote, and Teresa Shaw.
Will Courts Shape Value-Added Methods for Teacher Evaluation? Richard Buddin, Michelle Croft.
Do Stricter High School Graduation Requirements Improve College Readiness? Richard Buddin, Michelle Croft.