African-American Students Found Falling Short of College-Readiness Benchmarks
Latest Education News: African-American Students Found Falling Short of College-Readiness Benchmarks
A new report on college readiness shows that even when African-American students take the recommended core classes in high school most do not meet the minimum ACT scores to indicate they are on track to succeed in college.
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