SHEPHERDSVILLE - Should students who are not reaching the needed level of learning be retained for a second year at the same grade?
Or should there be an attempt to provide extra learning opportunities to get that student up to the appropriate level?
After some interesting debate, the Bullitt County Public School Board voted to implement a new retention prevention program at the elementary school level.
Superintendent Keith Davis was challenged during his 2012-13 evaluation by the school board to develop and oversee a program to avoid retention of students.
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