Superintendent Fred Walker gave the board a report on the annual summer ACT Prep course provided for ICC students each summer at the school. He said 19 students participated in the program and 95 percent of them showed improvement on their ACT score from previous tests. The average composite ACT score was 22.6 which is well above the state average of 21.1. The highest student composite score was a 30. Walker said that the state is changing state tests to the ACT and ACT Aspire for grades 3-11 next year. He said that ICC has been focusing on increasing college readiness skills for its students for many years and he is glad to see the state move to a plan that will test for those skills in the future. In addition, Walker said that ICC would offer two tests next year in September and April for its students in grades 9-12 due to a special arrangement with ACT.
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