Most public school students aren’t ‘college ready,’ data show

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The new state report card is out and shows that most public high school students are not ready for college.

The most recent statistics are from 2012.

It shows that only 24 percent of students from that year’s graduating class was considered “college ready.”

That means they could perform at least average in four key subjects, based on their ACT scores.

The report card also shows that 66 percent of graduates that year went on to college.

To see your school’s report card, click here.

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