8-year-old Safi Amisi worked in Kathy Keinath's 3rd grade class at James Lane Allen Elementary, 1901 Appomattox Rd, in Lexington, Ky., Monday, September 26, 2011. James Lane Allen significantly closed achievements gaps among its African-American and Hispanics students in results from the 2011 Kentucky Core Content Test which are being released Tuesday. Charles Bertram | Staff
8-year-old Safi Amisi worked in Kathy Keinath's 3rd grade class at James Lane Allen Elementary, 1901 Appomattox Rd, in Lexington, Ky., Monday, September 26, 2011. James Lane Allen significantly closed achievements gaps among its African-American and Hispanics students in results from the 2011 Kentucky Core Content Test which are being released Tuesday. Charles Bertram | Staff ALL
8-year-old Safi Amisi worked in Kathy Keinath's 3rd grade class at James Lane Allen Elementary, 1901 Appomattox Rd, in Lexington, Ky., Monday, September 26, 2011. James Lane Allen significantly closed achievements gaps among its African-American and Hispanics students in results from the 2011 Kentucky Core Content Test which are being released Tuesday. Charles Bertram | Staff ALL

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