Walker Likes New ACT Rules For Schools

Alot of support behind the approval of having high school juniors take the ACT test. Governor Scott Walker and state public
school Superintendent Tony Evers wants to use the ACT and other tests to replace the long-running WKCE achievement exams. Troy Harcey with La Crosse schools says test results may take a dip in the early going.

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Eeventh graders would take the ACT and the Work Keys’ test that’s designed to test job skills. Elementary youngsters would take a new exam designed by a group of 28 states including Wisconsin.

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