Exam scores prompt concern

When the most recent class of local graduates took the ACT exam, around half earned reading scores showing they were ready for college classes.

The scores for the others were low enough that school officials are concerned those students could have problems keeping up with their peers when they get to college.

That worries at least one local principal, who said college-bound students will need strong reading skills to succeed in postsecondary classes.

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