Lessons Of "All ACT, All The Time"

Can ACT Improve the Pipeline? Inside Higher Ed
"When
Illinois lawmakers mandated in 2001 that all high school juniors
collegebound or not take the ACT exam, the state was delving into
uncharted waters. According to the most recent data
provided by ACT, the number of instate, ACTtested fall freshmen
enrolled in Illinois colleges in 2002 was up by 24% compared to the
previous year."

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