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Three months after the Shelby County public schools were reported to have narrowly missed meeting progress goals on a federal assessment, the state has recalculated the results and announced yesterday that the district has met all of its yearly goals.
The Kentucky Department of Education's Office of Assessment and Accountability released statistics on Tuesday that show the district has met 19 out of 19 of its goals on the annual No Child Left Behind assessment. This is the first time that the district has met all of its goals since the NCLB Act was initiated in 2002.
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