In Nevada, officials are considering replacing standardized high-school exit exams with tests, such as the ACT, that are recognized by universities. While students are required -- or may be required -- to take the ACT in 11 states, no states mandate the exam for high-school graduation. At issue, officials say, is their desire to adopt an exam that accurately measures students' readiness for college or career.

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