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What do the new state test scores really mean?

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Kentucky holds schools and districts to high standards for educating children.  In 2009, Kentucky’s General Assembly passed Senate Bill 1, which changed the state’s public education system.  New, more rigorous standards were adopted, new tests were aligned to these standards, and the focus shifted to student readiness for life after high school.   Kentucky was the first state to adopt the Common Core State Standards for math and language arts.  These new standards were first taught in the 2011-2012 school year and were tested in May 2012.   <


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