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* [[School Districts | List of School Districts]].
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* [[School Districts | List of School Districts]].  From this list you can view information about every school system in the state as well as information about individual schools.
 
* Information about Kentucky's [[Commonwealth Accountability Testing System]].
 
* Information about Kentucky's [[Commonwealth Accountability Testing System]].
 
* A list of districts with [[Failing schools in Kentucky | failing schools]].
 
* A list of districts with [[Failing schools in Kentucky | failing schools]].

Revision as of 11:51, 24 February 2009

What you can find in the Education Portal

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Featured Article

NCLB Tier 5 School Improvement Plans

The federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires all schools in Kentucky to make adequate yearly progress in mathematics, reading and other educational indicators. Schools that don’t make required progress are designated as “Improvement Schools” and become eligible for extra assistance. For schools that continue to miss targets there are also requirements to allow parents to transfer their children to better performing schools and to get extra tutoring help, as well.

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Kentucky Education news...

In the current legislative session the General Assembly is weighing the fate of the Commonwealth Accountability Testing System. 2008 Senate Bill 1 seeks to eliminate the testing system.