SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County school officials are by no means satisfied with the recent test marks being handed down this week.
But they are pleased with the progress being made in both the federal No Child Left Behind act and the state testing formerly known as CATS.
"We're not at the top yet but we're making a tremendous gain," said superintendent Keith Davis. "The data takes away excuses. It shows that the expectations can be met."
No Child Left Behind
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