The Impact of a Rigorous High School Curriculum

September 21, 2010

The ACT and the College Board have long noted that those who take strong college preparatory courses do better on the ACT and SAT, and in college. New research from ACT on Monday notes that when minority and low-income students take a college preparatory core, not only do they do better, but the average gaps between them and other students shrink.

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