Once prepared, the feedback reports are distributed to the high schools. Other recipients of the report may include the legislature, local boards, the department of education and the superintendent, and the general public.
Why does it matter?
|Recipient of report|
|Alabama||All high schools in the state and the Alabama State Board of Education|
|Arizona||The report is first sent to the president of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives, the superintendent of public instruction and the state board of education. The superintendent then sends the report to each high school included in the report.|
|Arkansas||All high schools and districts in the state|
|Colorado||District superintendents, who distribute the report to high schools at their discretion|
|Delaware||All high schools in the state|
|Florida||All district school boards in the state, the state board of education, the board of governors and the legislature|
|Georgia||The report is sent to high schools, district superintendents and the state superintendent of education.|
|Illinois||The report must be submitted annually to each high school attendance center located in the state.|
|Kentucky||The feedback reports are sent to the high schools in the state, the district superintendents' offices and the school board members.|
|Louisiana||All city and parish school systems|
|Maryland||The reports are sent to the county superintendents and high school principals.|
|Minnesota||Minnesota Department of Education|
|Missouri||All public high schools in the state|
|Montana||The reports are sent to high schools only when requested.|
|Nevada||The board of trustees for each school district|
|North Carolina||All public high schools|
|Ohio||All local school districts in the state|
|Oklahoma||All high schools in the state|
|Oregon||All Oregon high schools and the Oregon Department of Education.|
|South Carolina||All state high schools|
|South Dakota||All high schools in the state|
|Tennessee||All public and most private high schools in the state. (Reports are generated for any high school graduating a student who took the ACT. Since an average of over 90% of Tennessee high school graduates — 96% of 2007 graduates — take the ACT, in practice this translates to all public and most private high schools in the state.)|
|Texas||All high schools or junior colleges last attended|
|Washington||All high schools in state|
|West Virginia||All high schools and county superintendents|
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