Kentucky schools receive waiver for federal testing

The U.S. Department of Education has granted a waiver to the state of Kentucky that will waive some accountability, school identification, and reporting requirements.

The Kentucky Department of Education requested the waiver due to widespread and extended closing of schools due to COVID-19.

The waiver ensures that Kentucky schools will not be subject to federal testing to compare year-to-year results.

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