Richard Day has a very informative post on his blog Kentucky School News and Commentary about the reaction to the now deceased CATS testing system. But in the otherwise fairly accurate post, he interprets me as disagreeing with Dan Kelly's assertion that the end of the CATS tests was not the end of education reform in Kentucky. But I did not say that education reform in Kentucky was dead: I said that KERA was dead. Richard fails to make that distinction.
If education reform and KERA are synonymous, then we're in even bigger trouble than a lot of us thought.