More than 500,000 Kentucky public school students will take the state's new K-Prep test for the first time this spring, and educators are concerned that the results could leave many families confused and concerned. The new test was mandated under Senate Bill 1, the 2009 reform package that the General Assembly passed to strengthen Kentucky's public education system. Scores will look radically different from those on the old CATS test, which K-Prep replaces.
New Kentucky Student Assessment Test
By Jim Warren, Lexington Herald-Leader • Jan 29, 2012