The Lodi Unfied School District is at a crossroads, Superintendent Bill Huyett said Thursday at his annual "State of the District" address to the public.
Huyett spent most of his hourlong talk focusing on the district's plans for academic improvement. The key to this progress is closing the achievement gap and improving test scores among ethnic, disabled and English-learning groups of students, he said.
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