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SHEPHERDSVILLE – One year ago the Bullitt County School Board made the decision to spend approximately $12 a child – or $139,900 – on a learning assessment tool titled Measures of Academic Progress created by the Northwestern Evaluation Association.
District Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning Greg Schultz believes that was money very well spent when it comes to improving individual student learning.
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