The ACT assesses students’ cumulative knowledge and skills based on standards taught from elementary to high school. Therefore, all educators in our state play a role in helping students prepare for the ACT. The free resources below may be helpful for both teachers and students in preparing for the ACT.
ACT ConnectionsReleased 2-5-19This document provides a snapshot of the academic skills students need in order to meet or exceed expectations for college and career readiness as assessed by the ACT.
Free Official SAT & ACT Practice TestsReleased 2-5-19Prepare for the SAT or ACT online by taking these free sample practice tests.
Mathematics Curriculum Review WorksheetReleased 2-5-19Instructional supervisors and content experts can utilize the following worksheets to chart when and where students are exposed to ACT standards within their current curriculum.
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Jennifer Hamlet
STEM Program Manager (Math)
(785) 296-6823

  David Fernkopf
Assistant Director
(785) 296-8447


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