Anderson’s test scores lag being state, national average
By Meaghan Downs
Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at 7:51 am
Anderson County high school has remained consistent in its ACT composite score ranking for the third year in a row, but its 2011 ACT results for juniors still remain below state and national averages.
ACT composite scores for Anderson County have stayed at 18.3 for the past three years, below national (21.1) and state composite scores (18.8).
School districts in surrounding counties such as Franklin (19), Spencer (18.7) and Shelby (18.7) reported higher composite scores.
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