1:40 pm
Mon August 24, 2009

WYOMING ACT SCORES DROP

Wyoming – Wyoming's average ACT scores dropped a full point this year. The average score was 20, out of a possible score of 36. Scores declined in every one of the test's four subjects. But state Superintendent of Public Instruction Jim McBride tells Wyoming Public Radio's Addie Goss that there is a good reason scores dropped: more students took the test.