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Starting in Spring 2015, Plymouth State University says they will no longer require applicants to submit SAT or ACT test scores.
It's rarely easy to get a child out of bed, dressed, fed and off to school, especially when it's still dark outside.
There, the members learned how the students performed on the ACT Tests during the past school year.
Not only does a higher ACT score help a student have a better chance at getting into the college of his or her choice, a higher score indicates the student is more likely to be ready to take classes at that college.
We used six indicators culled from school surveys to compare public high schools in the U.S., with graduation and college acceptance rates weighed most heavily.
LEE COUNTY, Fla.- Hundreds of people are supporting a move that could mean no more standardized testing for kids in school.
The Norfolk Public School District is showing signs of improvement almost across the board on the state's standardized tests.
Not only were their scores raised above the state average but were also improved in every category from the previous year.
Students in Idaho will be facing a new test this coming school year, the smart-balanced assessment.
Congressman Dan Lipinski is currently accepting nomination request letters from young men and women in the Third Congressional District who want to enter one of the U.S. Service Academies in 2015.
We checked in with the Austin School District to see how schools take this data and apply it to the curriculum.
Longtime Arizona entrepreneur Pat Sullivan will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Governor's Celebration of Innovation event in November.
Gov. Rick Scott pledged Monday to review the number of tests being administered to Florida students and to take further steps to rein in the cost of college if he wins a second term in November.
For the first time in American history, schools are in for a massive demographic shift.
Mississippi education officials said student scores on a state test fell in 2013-2014, and they think they know why.
Lake Washington School District students who take the ACT , a standardized test used in college admissions, continue to show they are more likely to meet college readiness standards than other students in Washington or in the United States.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 06:59 am
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