All 5,500 DPS juniors to receive free ACT Online learning log-ins to prepare for the college-entrance exam

About 5,500 DPS juniors will receive free ACT Online logins and usage for more than a year to prepare for the college entrance exam, thanks to a donation from Kaplan K12 Learning Services.

This service donation is available to current Grade 11 students until February 27, 2012, allowing students who will take the ACT on the national test days to have a preparation resource at their disposal 24 hours a day.

“I’d like to thank Kaplan for this tremendous donation, which supports our mission to prepare all of our students for higher education, said Robert C. Bobb, Emergency Financial Manager. “Coupled with ongoing efforts like having college counseling suites in our high schools and increased rigor in all of our classrooms, this will be one more important program to ensure our students have every tool at their disposal to apply for and gain acceptance to the colleges of their choice.”

“We think this donation will be an incredible benefit to our students, allowing them to access free online training and preparation for the ACT college preparatory exam,” said Karen P. Ridgeway, Assistant Superintendent for the Office of Research, Evaluation, Assessment and Accountability.

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