Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 2:11 am (Updated: September 27, 5:48 am)
The last year of data before a new Kentucky testing system is put in place was released today, with local schools showing a mixed bag of improvements and declines in scores.
Senate Bill 1, passed in 2009, put in action a new accountability system that begins this school year. The data released since the Commonwealth Accountability Testing System ended has been a transition between CATS and the new system.
For 2011 KCCT results, more local schools improve in the writing on-demand portion than any other area, while reading was the subject in which scores dipped.
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