Though there’s a state senate bill that could replace the much debated Commonwealth Accountability Testing system on the floor of the state house, testing for this year will carry on as usual.
Monday night, the Henry County Board of Education discussed the bill.
“It is going to change how we test somewhat drastically over the next few years,” Superintendent Tim Abrams said, “but, we don’t look at kids as test scores anyway.”
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