Re: ACT test scores show California students outpaced peers across country in co
- SAT scores show disparities by race, gender, family income
"Average national SAT scores for the high school class of 2009 dropped two points compared with last year, a report out today says. And while the population of test takers was the most diverse ever, average scores vary widely by race and ethnicity."
See full article at http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2009-08-25-SAT-scores_N.htm?csp=34
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> ACT test scores show California students outpaced peers across country in
> college readiness exams By Theresa Harrington
> Contra Costa Times<tharrington@...?subject=ContraCostaTimes.com:
> ACT test
> scores show California students outpaced peers across country in college
> readiness exams>
> Posted: 08/19/2009 08:33:56 PM PDT
> Updated: 08/19/2009 09:20:42 PM PDT
> According to a report measuring college and career readiness, about 29
> percent of the more than 81,000 California teens who took the ACT test
> achieved bench marks indicating they would have a 75 percent chance of
> earning a C grade or higher in college English composition, algebra, social
> sciences and biology. Across the country, 23 percent of students met all
> four of the bench marks.
> "While the news is good, generally," said Jack O'Connell, California's
> superintendent of public instruction, "we must remain committed to
> increasing the college readiness of all students."
> State test results are at act.org/news/data.html.
> here is the link to the article:
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