ACT released their 2017 scores, and there is still not a noticeable improvement in students’ college readiness, in fact, underserved students lag behind.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review in an editorial last Thursday called for Pennsylvanians to reject Common Core citing a recent ACT college-readiness study.
Jane Robbins: Jeb Bush is back in his natural environment of education foundations pushing the agendas of wealthy donors.
ACT released a study that demonstrates, once again, that Common Core does not prepare students for college the way that advocates have claimed that it does.
On average, high school graduates in the class of 2015 gave the lowest performance on the SAT since the 2,400-point scale was developed nearly a decade ago.
ACT released their annual report last week showing that the level of college-readiness is stagnant among U.S. students.
Sandra Stotsky: The idea of a core set of standards is better suited for K-8 which is where the current standards belong in terms of content and cut scores.