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Lodi Unified School District STAR scores stagnant in annual report

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Posted: Monday, August 15, 2011 4:21 pm | Updated: 10:06 am, Wed Aug 17, 2011.

The same percentage of Lodi Unified School District students as last year scored at or above proficient in the annual STAR examinations, according to standardized test results released Monday by the California Department of Education.

Like last year, more than half of the students in Lodi Unified schools met or exceeded grade-level math standards, but only 45 percent of the district’s students met grade-level English-language arts standards.

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  • William Dawes posted at 6:21 pm on Thu, Aug 18, 2011.

    William Dawes Posts: 116

    In the pioneer days, students of different ages were all in the same schoolhouse BUT they were not in the same grades. They had to passed curriculum standards BEFORE they could be promoted.

    As long as elementary school students are promoted without a working knowledge of basic math and writing/grammar skills, how do expect higher scores? It is almost laughable that we could expect higher schools.

    Imagine you hire someone to build cars. You train them, and after training them, they still don't know how to identify a screwdriver from a hammer. In California, they would put them on the assembly line as not to hurt their feelings. Now would you drive that car?

     
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