ACT Moves Into Egypt’s Testing Market

ACT says it has reached an agreement with the government of Egypt that will allow for an array of its tests for elementary and secondary grades and college admissions to be used in the country. The arrangement is not a contract per se, but an agreement in which Eygpt’s ministries of education  and higher education are allowing the ACT test and ACT subject-area tests be used for admission to postsecondary institutions in the country, the testing group said. Previously, only SAT scores were accepted, according to the ACT.
Source: EdWeek Market Brief