Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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Kentucky’s SCAAC receives updates on state assessments and accountability

Members of the Kentucky Department of Education’s School Curriculum, Assessment and Accountability Council received assessment and accountability updates from department leadership during a March 16 virtual meeting.

KDE moves ahead with state plans after USED announces testing requirement

The U.S. Department of Education will require states to administer a statewide assessment for the 2020-2021 school year, the agency announced on Feb. 22.

LSAC recommends Kentucky Board of Education take second read on changes...

During a Dec. 1 special meeting, members of the Local Superintendents Advisory Council recommended that the Kentucky Board of Education not take action on the amendment to 703 KAR 5:270, Kentucky’s Accountability System, and instead continue with a second reading at its regular meeting in February.

KDE’s Year in Review: Changing the accountability system

This is the fifth of a six-part series detailing the work and achievements of the Kentucky Department of Education during the past year.

Commissioner clarifies how CSI, TSI schools identified at council meeting

Wayne Lewis told the Local Superintendents Advisory Council that the Kentucky Department of Education is following state and federal law in identifying Comprehensive Support and Improvement and Targeted Support and Improvement schools.

KBE defines school performance levels, continues Breathitt management

The Kentucky Board of Education approved school performance levels for 2018 federal and state accountability during a special meeting in Frankfort Sept. 5.

New system means big changes to school accountability measures

Starting this month, you’ll begin hearing much more about our new school accountability system and what it means for each district, school and student.

Group recommends profile for lowest-performing schools

A group of education stakeholders and policymakers evaluated school performance data from the 2017-2018 school year today and made a recommendation on what it takes for a low-performing school to qualify for improvement support.