Kentucky moves closer to adopting ACT for juniors

04/13/2006 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

The Kentucky House voted 90-9 Tuesday to pass a bill that would require high school juniors, starting in 2007, to take the ACT. A second part of the bill would require eighth- and 10th-graders to take readiness exams. The bill now moves to the Senate, which passed a similar version two months ago.

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