Low-Income Students Continue to Lag on College Readiness Measures
Latest Education News: Low-Income Students Continue to Lag on College Readiness Measures
ACT test performance remains flat for low-income students, with just 11 percent meeting all four college-readiness benchmarks, compared to 26 percent of the overall test-taking pool.
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