Lodi Unified School District moved closer to the coveted 800-mark in the annual Academic Performance Index figures released by the state Wednesday. The district increased its growth API figure by 12 points to 749, up from the base rate of 737 reported in the spring. Additionally, slightly more schools exceed the state’s 800-point threshold than last year, and many more are close to achieving the goal.
Still, the district failed to meet the federal mandates under the No Child Left Behind Act, also known as the Adequate Yearly Progress report, and met only 23 of the 42 specified criteria.
You must login to view the full content on this page.
Or, use your linked account: