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ACT emergency testing window added this spring

Due to COVID-19, the state is providing an additional testing date for the state-funded ACT exam.

Kentucky Department of Education reaches settlement agreement with ACT

The Kentucky Department of Education has reached a settlement with ACT for a $350,000 statement credit.

Tips for getting into college without ACT, SAT test scores

The University of Kentucky is joining other institutions including Harvard and Cornell in telling potential students they don't need to take a standardized test to apply for the next school year.

ACT scores fall in state, nation; state students best in English, worst in math

In Kentucky, 50% of students met the English benchmark, with 35% meeting the reading benchmark, 25% math and 27% science.

UPDATE: House OKs horseracing integrity measure by voice vote

Legislation targets doping, safety, other issues.

Cumberlands keeps tuition, room and board flat for upcoming year

University officials are currently making plans regarding summer orientation and preparing campus for students to return to class in the fall. 

Preparing high school students for college admissions

Many colleges and universities are being impacted by the coronavirus outbreak by no longer allowing students on campus.

Kentucky sees progress in ACT benchmarks

Many student in the class of 2018 have met state college readiness benchmarks as measured on the ACT.

20 percent of Kentucky grads hit all ACT college benchmarks

Newly released ACT scores show only a fifth of Kentucky's 2016 high school graduates met all the benchmarks that show they are ready for college-level coursework.

Event to celebrate 50th anniversary of Ky. Civil Rights Act

Kentucky's human rights commission is planning a law symposium to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the passage of the state's Civil Rights Act.

GOP views Kentucky election as victory over health care law

The election of a conservative outsider as Kentucky governor has given Republicans a laboratory to show the rest of the country how they'd replace President Barack Obama's health care law.

More than 16,000 children got health insurance after new law

An analysis of health insurance data shows more than 16,000 Kentucky children obtained health insurance during the first year of the Affordable Care Act.

Voting rights symposium being held at University of Kentucky

Figures from the media, politics, the judiciary and more are speaking Tuesday at the University of Kentucky during a daylong symposium on voting rights.

AG Conway, others, urge passage of Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act

Attorneys general from 37 states, including Kentucky, sent a letter to the Committee on the Judiciary for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives urging passage of the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015.

Timelines set for considering species protection in 9 states

Officials have agreed on timelines for determining whether seven aquatic species from nine states will be protected under the Endangered Species Act.

Final Four coaches weigh in on Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Coach Calipari, along with the remaining coaches participating in the Final Four, held a conference call Wednesday to discuss Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

State ACT Scores Up, Still Below National Averages

Kentucky scores on the ACT college entrance exam have improved this year, but still fall below average national scores.

KY Students To Take ACT By Hand

After online testing problems last week, the Kentucky Department of Education is moving to pencil and paper tests.

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