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The General Assembly closed the final full week of session with a strong bipartisan effort giving final passage to both Senate Bill 1, regarding education reform, and House Bill 330, Kentucky’s $3.7 billion road plan. After several years of discussion and compromise, the Senate and the House of Representatives agreed on completely revamping Kentucky’s educational assessment process. The biggest change will replace CATS with a combination standards-based and norm-referenced test by the 2011-2012 school year. A new math exam will be available a year earlier.
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