FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - New test scores show some Kentucky public
schools are still far from meeting their 2014 goal of reaching
Others, meanwhile, have met their goals.
The state Department of Education on Wednesday released scores
from the Commonwealth Accountability Testing System covering the
Spokeswoman Lisa Gross says there are some reasons for educators
to be pleased.
Gross says more than 100 schools in different areas of the state have already met the proficiency goals.
Among other things, the tests show that Kentucky's public
elementary schools slightly increased their overall accountability
scores. Meanwhile, Kentucky high schools saw a slight drop.
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