CATS scores show improvements in Kentucky elementary schools - WDRB 41 Louisville News

CATS scores show improvements in Kentucky elementary schools

New scores show students at Kentucky's public elementary schools are performing better on standardized tests.  But high school students' scores took a slight dip for CATS testing.

That's the Commonwealth Accountability Testing exam taken yearly.  Kentucky state law mandates that every school should attain an acountability index of 100 by the year 2014.

More than 100 Kentucky schools, and eight in JCPS, have already met proficiency goals.  Parents will receive their child's individuals scores in the mail later this fall.

For overall tests scores from your child's school, go to the News Link above.

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