Friday, June 10, 2011 at 3:34 am (Updated: June 11, 2:27 pm)
While school success usually is measured in results tied to subjects such as reading and math, educators look to other factors as well.
Non-academic indicators for the 2009-2010 school year, which include rates for attendance, dropouts, retention and successful transition to adult life, show mostly improvement for the LaRue County and Elizabethtown Independent districts, but more of a mixed bag for Hardin County Schools.
Elizabethtown High School saw a decrease in its dropout rate, from 1.39 percent to 1.08 percent, the lowest rate the school has seen since 2005.
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