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HCS receives mixed scores from kindergarten screener

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District’s initial results were above state average

By Kelly Cantrall

A sample of schools across the state shows many kindergarteners need additional help when starting school.

The first set of results from a new screener for kindergarten students in Hardin County Schools show about 36 percent of students begin school without need for any additional support. The scores represent a pilot program, which will be implemented fully in every district in the state next school year.

Overall state results reveal 28 percent of students are ready to begin kindergarten without additional support.


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