The state legislature felt that the current CATS assessment was not the best way to further education reform in Kentucky.
The majority decided that there should be a better system of making sure students in the commonwealth are excelling.
If all the promises are kept, there will not be a problem. Officials have pledged to not take the foot off the accelerator.
If the Think Link assessments are correct, Bullitt County will see major improvement in test scores this fall. More importantly, student learning has been improved.
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