Confident and College Ready
How to Prepare Students for College-level Coursework
Research shows that being admitted to college or university is not the same as being prepared for college-level coursework. In fact, nearly half of all incoming students are not ready for college math or English. Most of these students will not graduate from college.
Join us for this free webinar series to learn about a new personalized learning system that accelerates high school seniors’ math and English mastery, enhancing their readiness for college-level coursework. This robust tool is changing the way districts help seniors prepare for postsecondary success.
We’ll discuss how ACT®
- Accelerates students’ learning with a personalized learning path
- Provides schools and districts with real-time, actionable data on student progress
- Supports students’ skill improvement throughout their senior year
- Improves students’ college-level math and English—and college completion likelihood
- Applies to your MTSS program as students plan to enroll in college
We’ll discuss how national ACT test results in math and English demonstrate a need for additional student learning before starting college or university.
We’ll discuss how one school has successfully integrated ACT CollegeReady into their educational plan to support college-bound seniors.
Kim Rasmussen joined ACT in August of 2018. She assists educational leaders in the use of ACT research, data, and solutions that support education and workplace success, serving as the primary contact for Kansas and North Dakota schools. Prior to joining ACT, Kim spent over 25 years as a Kansas educator in roles that spanned from classroom teacher, to State Test developer, to State Department of Education consultant, to district administrator for Teaching and Learning.
Cory Galano joined ACT as the Senior Product Manager, ACT CollegeReady. After graduating from San Diego State University, Cory worked in the financial services sector before bringing his client services and product management experience to the education sector.