Scores from the ACT college entrance exam in Jackson County indicate educators are making progress in preparing high school students for college.
But there is still a way to go, administrators say.
Some local schools, including Seymour High School and Medora High School, saw improvement in their overall scores on the college readiness exam; but others, including Brownstown Central High School, saw scores drop, reflecting a general decline in scores across the state and country.
The 92 Seymour students who took the test in 2013 scored higher than the previous year in half the subjects tested and in their overall composite score, according to data the testing company released Wednesday.
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