Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 8:19 am (Updated: March 13, 8:21 am)
Juniors at Williamstown High School prepared for the ACT for months before taking the test for real March 5.
The district began by giving all juniors a practice/mock ACT on Sept. 19.
The results of the practice test were analyzed and disaggregated, and individual RTI programs were developed for each student who fell below benchmarks in any of the four subject areas.
WHS guidance counselor Brand Feagan then met with all students in small groups in the fall to discuss the areas of improvement needed to meet benchmarks.
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