Kentucky schools are already preparing for results from a new state test scoring system that takes effect in the spring.
Simulated results recently sent to school districts initially concerned some educators. Chrissy Jones, assistant superintendent for Franklin County Public Schools, said projected scores put most local schools in the bottom half statewide, which is lower than in the past.
Jones told The State Journal that the new scores are going to be a big change because the numbers will look totally different The old scale ranged from zero to 140 but the new scale is zero to 100.
Jones said she plans to meet with principals to discuss the simulated results.
Information from: The State Journal,
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