Public school systems will soon have another tool in their arsenal to determine whether kindergarten students are ready for school.
According to a news release from Kentucky Governor’s Office of Early Childhood, public school systems will be required to implement a kindergarten screening next school year to test whether students are ready.
Local preschool and head start officials say they currently test students to determine whether they are ready for kindergarten, and they believe students perform well.
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