Monday, April 9, 2012 at 10:00 am (Updated: April 9, 3:20 pm)
SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Nothing will change in the classroom.
The desire to make the Bullitt County Public School System the best in the state will not wane.
But the dark cloud of meeting the federal No Child Left Behind mandate will no longer hang over the district or any other school system in the state of Kentucky.
Kentucky was one of the states that recently received a waiver from meeting the federal mandates, which were set up to ensure that every child did have an opportunity to learn and be educated.
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