February 11, 2000
States Hope to Use New ACT Centers to Help Students at Community Colleges
ACT, the nonprofit group best known for its college-admissions test, plans to establish a network of 250 centers at community colleges nationwide to provide computerized work-skills assessment, job-training courses, and career-planning assistance for individuals and organizations.
State officials hope the centers will help them provide better and more-consistent continuing education, skill-specific training and certification tests, career counseling, and
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