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Online Assessment Planner
Quickly and easily build a comprehensive assessment plan.
The ACT Online Assessment Planner gives you the ability to plan a detailed schedule of assessments that provides an unbroken chain of data to support and enhance whole student learning from elementary through career.
This tool provides you with a simple, visual layout of your current assessments across grades and ACT Holistic Framework domains, as well as recommended solutions to complete your comprehensive assessment plan.
Provide relational insight to your school about what students have learned and what they are ready to learn next with ACT® College and Career Readiness Standards posters.
Prepare students to do their best by familiarizing them with the format and questions of the ACT® test through several free and affordable test prep solutions offered by ACT.
Its All About that Baseline
Has the current crisis caused gaps in the critical data you need to plan the 2020-21 school year? How do you know if at-home learning opportunities have been effective, or if your students are fully prepared for the next school year? Learn about the importance of baseline data for fall 2020 as you plan your students’ next educational steps.
Guiding Students Along the Path to Success
When Kennedy High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, received a GEAR UP grant, program coordinator Laurie Mead knew it was an opportunity to help the 475 students in the program prepare for college and career success. She used a suite of ACT products and services to assist her in achieving this goal.
“There are so many skills you’re learning in the background when you’re studying with ACT,” she said.
Find out how Kennedy opened doors for students, including many who had never considered college.