ACT scores in Farmington improve, but...

ACT scores in Farmington improve, but fewer students are taking the...

There are 9 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Aug 18, 2010, titled ACT scores in Farmington improve, but fewer students are taking the.... In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:

Fewer Farmington high school students are taking the ACT, but those who do are scoring better than their peers across the state.

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oatmeal

Tuscumbia, AL

#1 Aug 19, 2010
The native and hispanic people bring down the scores
Brigham Young

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Aug 19, 2010
oatmeal wrote:
The native and hispanic people bring down the scores
sure, buddy ... what clan meeting did you hear that from ..?
Brad

United States

#3 Aug 19, 2010
That Native dude is lucky to have Alissa Burson and Sarah Eaves as classmates. Pretty white girls.
Please

Rio Rancho, NM

#4 Aug 19, 2010
oatmeal wrote:
The native and hispanic people bring down the scores
Really? I'm Hispanic, and the first time I took this test I got a 27. Second time a 29. Looks like I'm actually helping to pull up the average.
shiprock mutton

United States

#5 Aug 19, 2010
oatmeal wrote:
The native and hispanic people bring down the scores
Shiprock still holds the title in NM of a perfect score but the ACT gods denied the poor student. Its all a bunch of Bull = testing students, ranking them, etc. In the real world you work as a team and succeed as team. I hold my workers accountable as a team. When attending a University, I've seen these so call high score students fail in college so many times. Its the parents and family support that can do much better than any test.
shiprock parent

Shiprock, NM

#6 Aug 23, 2010
shiprock mutton wrote:
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Shiprock still holds the title in NM of a perfect score but the ACT gods denied the poor student. Its all a bunch of Bull = testing students, ranking them, etc. In the real world you work as a team and succeed as team. I hold my workers accountable as a team. When attending a University, I've seen these so call high score students fail in college so many times. Its the parents and family support that can do much better than any test.
very true...a person might do better in high school with all straight A'S and hi-test scores in act BUT STUDENTS WHO DODN'T FARE WELL IN HIGH SCHOOL actually do pretty good in college with alot of family support.
Dr Who

Bloomfield, NM

#7 Aug 23, 2010
Tests are a measure of a student's ability. A measure, not the only, not the final, not always even the best measure. I graduated honors in high school and had a 27 on the ACT (did very poor on the SAT) and had a really hard time my first semester and had a few classes I needed to retake. I went on to graduate college with honors. A test measures how a person is doing that day - not much or less information is gleaned.
Young Wing

Santa Fe, NM

#8 Aug 25, 2010
How come our local schools use the ACT when the rest of the country seems to be on the SAT???

Anyone know?
Guest

Puyallup, WA

#9 May 24, 2012
Brigham Young wrote:
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sure, buddy ... what clan meeting did you hear that from ..?
Our clan meetings are on Thursday's; it's true they do bring down the scores. Just like how touching a black person cause cancer...

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