Bill Introduced To Eliminate ACT Test

(Bismarck, ND) — A new bill in the state Senate may eliminate the ACT exam for high school juniors. Under Senate Bill 2141, the bill would remove the mandatory ACT and instead give students the option of taking another nationally recognized standardized equivalent instead. The bill would also allow GED students to substitute the ACT, as well as requiring the superintendent of public instruction to pay for the test the GED candidate chooses.

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