Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: December 21, 4:03 am)
The Shelby County Board of Education got a preview Thursday of the new accountability model that the district is in the process of receiving from the state.
“This is not everything,” Superintendent James Neihof told the board at its meeting at the central office in Shelbyville. “There is still more to come.”
There will be several language changes, with K-Prep replacing the familiar KCCT and the new Unbridled Learning moving to the forefront for CATS.
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