The ACT as a Gateway to Postsecondary Opportunity For Low-Income Students
by Amanda Shuford Mayeaux & Robert O. Slater - April 28, 2016
This commentary examines the linking of ACT scores with state accountability measures. It argues that ACT demonstrates potential in increasing postsecondary opportunity, particularly for students from low-income families. However, high school administrators, teachers, and students need to work collaboratively if this is to happen.
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