Ignored ACT exams now a priority
State steps up approach as scores must improve
By Katheran Wasson
Jim Masters, director of high schools for Franklin County, says the ACT college-entrance exam barely crossed his mind as a teenager – until someone told him to sign up a few weeks before testing day.
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