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A state audit of Hardin County Schools shows improvement in eight of nine standards analyzed compared to a similar audit in 2007.
Some aspects of school culture and comprehensive planning standards received the highest possible marks in the audit and all standards rated better than the lowest ratings.
Instruction was the only standard that didn’t show improvement over the 2007 audit.
HCS Superintendent Nannette Johnston said initially she wasn’t happy that HCS was selected to be audited, but she’s glad now that she can share the results.
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