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Ky. education officials defend test data to board

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Some Kentucky board of education members asked Wednesday whether the goals set by the state are high enough to lift up low-performing schools. Since test scores were released in November, critics have questioned why low-performing schools only have to move up one point next year to be considered improving. "If you start at 38, you're still a long way from 100," said...

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