Ninety-three percent of California high school seniors passed the California High School Exit Exam last year, according to State Superintendent Jack O'Connell, who released results Thursday. The results reflect a 2.1 percent increase over the previous year's scores.
Locally, both Lodi Unified School District and Galt Joint Union High School District boasted small increases in the percentage of students who passed the test during their sophomore year - the first opportunity students have to take the test.
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