For the fourth consecutive year, the LaRue County School District met all No Child Left Behind goals according to results released by the state department of education last week. All four LaRue County schools also met their targets this year.
“We do have some ups and downs in the data, but the final result is we met everything,” said Amanda Reed, district instructional supervisor.
The results are based on Kentucky Core Content Tests that public school students across the state took last spring in reading, math, science, social studies and on-demand writing.
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