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Following the advice of the Kentucky Department of Education, local school districts are distributing a message of reduced expectation regarding test scores.
The annual CATS exam gave way for a more rigorous K-PREPS test as Kentucky became the first state in the nation to adopt new “common core standards” that serve as a national benchmark for curriculum and assessment.
Related to the change, parents should expect to see a significant drop in score totals for schools and districts, according to the DOE’s Office of Assessment and Accountability.
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