Educators can get reasonably close to figuring out which of their high school seniors are serious about college by counting who takes the American College Test.
Last year, 52 Iola High School juniors and seniors took the ACT, Principal Scott Crenshaw noted.
But that left 140 upperclassmen, nearly three-fourths of 11th- and 12th-graders, who did not.
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