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ACT Administration Training

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Test Accommodations Coordinator Broadcast

Under legislation passed by the 2007 Kentucky General Assembly, Kentucky schools are now required to administer the ACT and other tests from the Education Planning and Assessment System. ACT Inc., the Kentucky Department of Education, and KET are collaborating to present a series of training seminars for Kentucky educators who will be responsible for administering the tests in their schools. The first program was a general overview that aired live in August; see below for links to streaming and downloadable versions.

The second program in the series is tailored for those who have been selected as Test Accommodation Coordinators for their high schools. It covers these specific topics:

The length of the entire seminar is 1 hour, 4 minutes. You may watch the entire program or view it in three shorter segments:


Overview/Introduction Program

originally aired live August 15, 2007

To kick off ACT for Kentucky training, ACT, the KDE, and KET presented a 90-minute training and Q&A session for principals and district assessment coordinators. The program is available for online viewing (Windows Media® or RealVideo® format) and is archived on KET EncycloMedia for streaming or downloading.

Watch Online (Windows Media® or RealVideo®)
Download the video from KET EncycloMedia (password required)

(Please note: The e-mail address given during the program for submitting questions is no longer active.)

This training session is a general introduction and overview for high school administrators on the ACT, which all 11th graders will be required to take, and the WorkKeys Assessment, which students may choose to take in grade 10, 11, or 12. Topics include


For More Information

See the ACT web site for background on the tests and resources for educators, parents, and students.

The Kentucky Department of Education’s ACT Assessments page has downloadable documents for Kentucky school and district use.

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