FAQ on KY's Assessment & Accountability System
In Kentucky, all public schools are required to participate in the new accountability model: Unbridled Learning: College/Career Readiness for All which replaced the Commonwealth Accountability Testing System(CATS). In this model, students take the Kentucky Performance for Educational Rating Progress (K-PREP) assessments which measures student learning in grades 3-8 in reading, math, science, social studies and writing, and to grades 10-11 for on-demand writing. Older students also take end-of-course exams and other tests such as EXPLORE, PLAN, and the ACT (EPAS group).

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