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September 27, 2011 12:05 AM

Most Kentucky schools lose ground in state assessments

Pike County elementary schools continued to rack up big scores in statewide results from the 2011 Kentucky Core Content Test, which were released Tuesday. But the percentage of Kentucky public schools making adequate yearly progress under requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act fell to 43 percent, according to the test results.

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