The PreACT® in Texas. Don’t You Want to Know Sooner?

Join the Texas ACT Team for an opportunity to learn more about the PreACT in Texas.

Educators will learn about the PreACT, including the benefits for educators, school systems, and students. We encourage you to take advantage of everything that PreACT and PreACT 8/9® have to offer:
  • Early practice for the ACT® test and insight into possible ACT scores
  • Robust reporting with actionable insights for students, parents and educators
  • Career and navigation resources including career suggestions
Join us for this FREE webinar on Wednesday, October 19th at 10:00 a.m., CT, where we will discuss:

How giving students’ early access to insights about their college and career readiness can help them realize, fully understand, and adjust their goals at an earlier age. You can help them take those first steps toward a successful future earlier than they would expect, while obtaining the data you need just in time to address and close achievement gaps.

Student readiness isn’t achieved in a single school year. You get there gradually through intentional academic interventions and supports that begin well before “crunch time” in 11th grade. Join us to learn how early college and career readiness assessment can be used to kickstart your readiness efforts as early as middle school. Make sure that all students get the earliest college readiness assessment practice available, gain insights into their academic strengths and challenges, and have the time and support to continue to build skills and deepen knowledge.

This webinar is ideal for Counselors, Administrators, College and Career Coordinators, Assessment Directors, and Educators.


Date: October 19
Time: 10:00 a.m., CT
Duration: 60 minutes


Rose GardnerRose Gardner is an Account Executive at ACT with more than 17 years in education as a science teacher, college and career counselor, and administrator. Rose focuses on students, educators, and relationships with the families that support schools in Texas.

Ashley BuchmanAshley Buchman is the ACT Account Executive supporting Arkansas and East Texas. Ashley holds a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University. Over the last 14 years, she has worked in education in various roles higher education: Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, faculty member for a master’s program, and peer reviewer for a regional accrediting body. Ashley’s education and higher education experience allows her to support school and districts in strategically preparing their students for college and career readiness to future success.

Jason HybnerJason Hybner is the Account Executive for South and Central Texas having spent 15 years in public education as both a Special Education teacher and a secondary campus administrator. During his time in public education, Jason focused on advocating strongly for every student he served, particularly in the areas of equity and access. He was also chosen by his peers as the TASSP Assistant Principal of the Year for Region 3. His advocacy for students and support of teachers and parents continues in his role with ACT. He is a graduate of both the University of Houston-Victoria with a Bachelor’s in Humanities-History and the University of Texas-Arlington with a Master’s in Public Administration.

Bailey StilleyBailey Stilley is the ACT Account Executive supporting Idaho, New Mexico, Utah, & Northwest Texas. Bailey graduated from Texas State University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She has been consulting in Education Technology for the past 7 years. She has experience in both the K-12 & Higher Education markets promoting college and career success across the Cental/Western United States.
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