State Sen. Pat Pascoe, D-Denver, today was expected to introduce a bill that would halt Colorado's plan to use the ACT test to measure aptitude in 11th-graders. The plan would use results from the ACT test, rather than the Colorado Student Assessment Program exam, in the annual School Accountability Reports. Critics, including the state Board of Education, say the two tests measure different aptitudes.

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