Easier Accommodation Process for Students with Disabilities

(2016-06-16)  Expert college advisor Mandee Heller Adler, CEO of International College Counselors, says new system that simplifies and speeds up the ACT application process can benefit students who apply for accommodations due to diagnosed disabilities.

The ACT has taken steps to make it easier for students with diagnosed disabilities to get accommodations on its college-entrance exam. The new “user friendly” system is active this month, according to the ACT.

To read the full article: Easier Accommodation Process for Students with Disabilities 


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