Tenn. students seek to tie free laptop program to ACT performance

Members of the Williamson County, Tenn., student advisory council are raising funds for a program called Let's ACT, in which they encourage students to achieve an ACT score of 21 or higher. Students say the goal is to improve students' achievement and college-readiness, and, in exchange for students' performance, the council is raising funds to provide free laptop computers.

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