|Kentucky changes how they assess schools|
After 10 years of testing under the CATS system, parents, teachers and the public will have to learn how to interpret the Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress, which was developed from the General Assembly’s adoption of Senate Bill 1 in 2009. Previously, students were tested for basic knowledge in math and reading. The new assessment raises the bar to compete nationally and globally. K-Prep ranks students for college and career readiness.
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