Kansas high school students are scoring better on average than their peers nationally on the ACT college entrance exam and a higher percentage appear ready for college courses. Education officials say 32 percent of the state’s 2015 high school graduates taking the test met all benchmarks for college readiness. That’s up from 28 percent for 2011 graduates. And it’s better than the national figure of 28 percent for 2015.
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