Study: Students no better prepared for college than they were 10 years ago

10/14/2004 | NYTimes.com

A new study by the testing firm ACT found that in both 1994 and 2004, about 55% of students were taking a minimum college-prep curriculum of four years of English and three each in math, science and social sciences. The ACT report pointed out that even students who are taking the core curriculum are not necessarily ready for college-level work, because their courses are often not rigorous enough.

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