First-Generation Students Lag in College Readiness, Report Says

From The Chronicle of Higher Education:

About a quarter of high-school graduates who took the ACT in 2013 met all four of its college-readiness benchmarks, in English, reading, mathematics, and science. But students whose parents did not go to college fared quite a bit worse: Only 9 percent of them met all four benchmarks.

Get the link to the full report here.

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