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More than half of the schools in the district met their academic goals for the Commonwealth Accountability Testing System (CATS) assessment last year.
According to data released to the public this morning by the Kentucky Department of Education, five out of the nine local public schools passed the biggest test of the year and are on track to have every student score proficiently on the test by 2014.
In a press release, Superintendent James Neihof commended district staff and students.
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