ACT scores show students lacking in science and math skills

08/20/2003 | NYTimes.com

Just 40% of high school seniors who took the 2003 ACT were ready for college-level algebra, and 26% were prepared to take college biology, according to results released yesterday. ACT CEO Richard L. Ferguson said college-bound students are not taking enough basic courses, let alone challenging ones.

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