Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 10:40 am (Updated: October 24, 10:42 am)
Change is here when it comes to state testing in Kentucky.
Educators across the commonwealth, including Anderson County Superintendent Sheila Mitchell and Instructional Supervisor Sharon Jackman, are preparing for the results of the new state assessment model designed to emphasize academic rigor and college and career readiness.
Preparations include sending home letters to students’ families and showing instructional videos to staff in anticipation of the new test data Anderson County educators have never seen before.
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