Test shows less than half of Kentucky juniors are ready for college

08/11/2009 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

Results from this year's ACT tests in Kentucky show that less than 50% of juniors at public high schools are ready for college-level courses, state education officials said Monday. This is the second year that juniors have been required to take the ACT. Some educators said the test is not a fair assessment of student achievement in the state because the ACT does not match the class curriculum.

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