Tuscaloosa woman works to bridge ACT achievement gap
TUSCALOOSA COUNTY, AL (WBRC) - ACT Prep instructor Wynona Raby said for years she's noticed many minority students were not scoring as high on the ACT test compared to other students.
So, she started a five-week practice test boot camp to see if she can change that.
Raby's goal is to help her students secure scholarships by scoring at least a 26 on the ACT.
She says her boot camp costs about 70 percent less than some other ACT prep programs.
She wants to make sure pricing isn't a reason for any a student to be left behind.
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