SHEPHERDSVILLE - If the third round of Think Link assessment for local students holds true when the CATS exams are done in May, local school officials feel there will be a lot of celebrating this fall.
However, with the changes in the education reform act, there may not be a public display of those student accomplishments.
So, Bullitt County school officials are making sure there is some mechanism in place to publicize the CATS strides.
“If the numbers hold, wow,” said Greg Schultz, assistant superintendent for student learning.
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