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Most Lodi Unified School District schools fail to meet state’s API target

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“Despite achievement fluctuations over the past five years of testing, the trend has always been in a positive direction, and ultimately, every subject area can be very proud of the gains for which they are responsible.”

Bob Lofsted, Principal, Lodi High School

Posted: Thursday, August 29, 2013 1:55 pm

Lodi Unified School District schools showed mixed results when it came to the state Academic Performance Index exams for the 2012-13 school year.

Thirteen of the Lodi Unified schools — which include schools in Lodi, North Stockton, Woodbridge, Victor, Lockeford, Acampo and Morada — met the state’s growth target of a score of 800 or higher. Another 30, however, failed to meet the state’s target, according to the results released Thursday.

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