Striving for Fairness by Breaking Down Barriers to Access
By breaking down barriers to access, ACT® District Testing supports you in driving equity and making a profound impact in the community—opening doors to college, scholarships, and financial aid for every student.
Be the Change: Turn Vision into Action
Ensure that opportunity and access, as well as actionable information and reporting, are available to all students so they can take control of their outcomes and chart their best course toward college and career readiness.
The Path to College and Career Success Starts Early
Success doesn’t happen in a year. It happens year after year. That’s why ACT offers a continuum of sequential assessments that prepares your students for a lifetime of success—in college and beyond. The tests in the ACT Assessment System have a common score scale, making it easy to track performance across tests, measure growth, and identify areas where students need work.
Open New Doors of Opportunity
Learn how offering the ACT during the school day opens doors to college for more students.
Increasing Students’ College and Career Readiness
Promising Practices of Exemplary High Schools: Increasing Students’ College and Career Readiness
Why Measurement Matters in a Post-COVID World
Why testing is important not only to assess learning (gains and losses) and address it, but tests like the ACT also provide a reliable, comparable, and non-subjective indicator in the college admissions process.
District Testing 101
By creating a college-going culture with district testing, you can help students realize they have the skills to perform college-level coursework and give your district the information it needs to get them there.
Dr. Takeda LeGrand, Superintendent of Schools at Scotland County Schools, on Equity and Accommodations
Dr. Takeda LeGrand discusses the importance of English language learner accommodations that are provided as part of the ACT test administration.
Dr. Takeda LeGrand discusses the importance of offering the ACT test on a school day, in the classroom, as a means of creating equal opportunities for all students.
What Administrators are Saying About ACT District Testing
How administrators are using the ACT to improve and track students' readiness for college and career.