SHEPHERDSVILLE - Although Bullitt County Public Schools’ MAP scores are steadily increasing, following the trend from recent years, the district has a long road ahead.
The Bullitt County Public School Board met for a quarterly review of district progress and initiatives Monday.
“We are pretty happy with the growth we see,” Greg Schultz, Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning, said. “Based on these rates, kids are more prepared for the next grade than they were last year.”
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