Only 6 of 22 schools meet NCLB standards as targets increase
By Thomas Barr
Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 10:35 am (Updated: September 27, 2:57 pm)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County educators should be ecstatic about the gains made in student learning indicators over the past few years.
And, if you looked at the trends over the past three years, the number of students who have scored in the proficient and distinguished categories have risen dramatically.
However, there is another set of standards on which schools are judged. And Bullitt County joined a whole lot of other school districts in earning failing marks for the federal No Child Left Behind program.
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