Kentucky to review state test scores of students in special education

10/9/2009 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

Scores from Kentucky state assessment tests given this past spring are under review after the state school boards association reported database errors in tagging some students as having "disability status." The Kentucky education officials said they will correct the scores upon completion of the review. Between 10% and 12% of Kentucky schools are thought to be affected by the error, which concerned only students in special education.

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