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While Shelby County School officials are waiting for the governor to sign a bill that would eliminate CATS testing, they say they will continue do things the way they have been.
“Should the governor choose to sign the bill into law, KDE will develop policies and practices that follow the “spirit of the law,” said Kerry Fanine, assistant superintendent, student achievement division of Shelby County Schools. “Only at that time can the district begin to advise our stakeholders on how we will proceed with educational policy and practice.”
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