The Bullitt County Public School System is in excellent shape to raise the dropout age from 16 to 18.
The General Assembly has placed the gauntlet in front of educators throughout the state.
While it is not mandatory to increase the dropout age, the writing -though not in cursive - is on the wall.
You can either increase your age willingly or you can come along screaming and yelling when 55 percent of the districts do sign on and you are forced to join the pack.
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