ACT to replace former pre-graduation exams
Next school year, most Minnesota middle and high school students will take a version of the ACT on the state’s dime.
In May, the Minnesota Department of Education quietly inked a $13.5 million deal with the Iowa-based testing giant to provide the state with assessments to gauge students’ college and career readiness through 2016. ACT, or American College Testing, was the only bidder.
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