Kentucky’s Unbridled Learning Accountability Model Scores for each district and their schools were made public late last week.
These scores will serve as a baseline for the district as we work to improve the achievement of our students under the new accountability model. Our ultimate goal is to have all students’ College and/or Career ready upon graduation. In this area the Henry County Schools did well as compared to the rest of the state. Under the category of College and or Career Ready Accountability Points with Bonus, Henry County score was 57.3 which is 5.5 points higher than the state average. (The Accountability Points with Bonus is calculated using the Percentage of Graduates (high school diploma or certificate of attainment) College and/or Career Ready AND a Half point bonus for graduates meeting College Ready (ACT or COMPASS or KYOTE) AND Career Ready Technical (KOSSA or Industry Certificates).)
Administrators and Teachers at all the district schools will now use this data to make adjustment in instructional strategies and activities to improve upon these baseline scores.
Parents wishing to see their child’s individual scores should contact their school’s principal.
For parents wanting to know more about the accountability system I would urge you to visit the following link:
To see how all Kentucky Schools and District’s faired under this new accountability model visit the following link: