All local schools improve in NCLB scores

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Casey Middle has largest overall gain

By Larry Rowell

Test results for the No Child Left Behind program and the Kentucky Core Content Test released Sept. 23 show that every school in the Casey County District improved overall.

According to NCLB data, nearly all schools in the district met their NCLB goals with the exception of Casey County High, which came close, meeting 11 of 13 goals.

CCHS missed the goals in reading and math in the disability population.

Still, District Title I Coordinator Terry Price, who recently assumed that position, was encouraged by the test results.

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