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Three Lodi Unified schools make honor roll for ‘education excellence’

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Posted: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 8:49 am, Wed Mar 30, 2011.

Three Lodi Unified School District schools are among those named by the California Business for Education Excellence's 2010 Honor Roll. The announcement was made Monday.

The current honor roll includes 1,221 California public elementary, middle and high schools that have been recognized by California's business community for having demonstrated consistent high student academic achievement and making significant progress toward closing achievement gaps among all their students.

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  • Honey Mars posted at 12:34 pm on Sun, Apr 3, 2011.

    Honey Mars Posts: 20

    Since these schools take the top students, who are not behavior problems, guess what is left in the public schools. This is why the Bell Curve for grades have not applied in this area for a long time. Either put these kids back into general population to get a Bell Curve or eliminate the Lodi leaders that don't hire experienced admins or don't allow experienced ones to clean up the schools.

    Also get the ethnocentric leaders out of the schools. Ever since LUSD started pushing their false "Achievement Gap" bandwagon, the schools in North Stockton have gone bad. The top scoring group in Lodi has always been Filipinos but Douglas pushes the Black-White Gap because it plays off racism and his "White Privilege" agenda.

  • Honey Mars posted at 12:24 pm on Sun, Apr 3, 2011.

    Honey Mars Posts: 20

    Some are Stockton students with false info on their emergency cards, but they don't really care as the more kids, the more ADA money

  • Josh Morgan posted at 10:36 am on Wed, Mar 30, 2011.

    Josh Morgan Posts: 541

    Although these schools are located outside the City limits I would be willing to bet that 75% of the students attending these schools are Lodi residents.

  • Kevin Paglia posted at 9:22 am on Wed, Mar 30, 2011.

    Kevin Paglia Posts: 2106

    I believe the explanation given in the past is that when school districts were drawn up Stockton was not that far north and Lodi took most of the farming communities. So while the schools are currently in Stockton, when the plans were made, they were not and served by Lodi.

  • Richard Turner posted at 8:24 am on Wed, Mar 30, 2011.

    Richard Turner Posts: 80

    Not one of these schools are in Lodi !! Why does our district include Stockton? There are no Stockton unified schools in Lodi.



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