he will give $10,000 to any teacher who was rated highly effective last year and scored in 80th percentile on the the SAT or ACT that they took when they graduated from high school. Not that I am old, but I graduated in 1989. I remember that I had a 30 on the ACT, which is pretty good. So I qualify for a free "scholarship" of $10,000! Free money is always nice. Turns out it isn't that easy to retrieve 27 year old test scores. So far I have an incredulous e-mail from customer service at ACT explaining that there is no way to calculate a percentile from that long ago and an expired archival report form from the SAT website. I'm going to keep digging, but I keep asking, who thought this was a good idea? I even went up into the attic, just in case I saved an old SAT score report in my box of memories. No such luck.