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Lodi Unified School District high schools will teach mixed-level social studies

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Posted: Wednesday, February 8, 2012 12:00 am

Discussion over the future of social studies courses in Lodi Unified School District high schools grew heated during a board meeting Tuesday night.

Trustee Bonnie Cassel proposed that general social studies courses be integrated with college prep social studies courses in an effort to boost the achievement of the general ed students. While all students would receive the same lesson, they would be graded on a different scale. There would be no need to publicly identify which students were not working at the college prep level.

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