MO no longer offering free ACT tests

The state of Missouri will not be able to provide the ACT test free to students after Governor Eric Greitens cut $4 million from assessment funding. The state started offering the college entrance test for free in 2016 and saw a nearly 30 percent increase in students taking the test. Districts can still apply for a fee waiver for students with free or reduced lunch from the ACT organization. The test costs $62.50.

 

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