In Michigan, a push to use the ACT as the sole state assessment

03/18/2004 | Detroit News, The

Michigan lawmakers will soon take up the issue of replacing the controversial Michigan Educational Assessment Program with the ACT. While supporters argue that using the ACT would save parents money and provide quicker results, critics contend the ACT is not aligned with state standards and would cost the government more to administer.

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