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Lodi Unified sees gains in its state standardized tests

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Posted: Thursday, August 14, 2008 10:00 pm

Good news: Lodi Unified students in all but one grade significantly raised their standardized test scores in both math and English language over last year, according to results released Thursday.

Bad news: The same students fared lower than the state average when it came to English alone on the Standardized Testing and Reporting exams taken last spring.

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  • posted at 5:22 pm on Tue, Aug 19, 2008.


    As more illegal aliens enter the state, the overly large number of illegal EL's will continue to keep scores low.This, along with enabling parents who seem to endulge in victimology and not responsibility.

  • posted at 12:34 pm on Sat, Aug 16, 2008.


    Galt High declined in 71 of the 125 categories and were it not for the incoming freshemen's scores it would have been even more dismal. Check the CDE web-site for the total results. Dump the Board and fire the Superintendent. BTW why wasn't he interviewed?

  • posted at 1:48 pm on Fri, Aug 15, 2008.


    Snore! 39 percent of Lodi students proficient in English? I don't blame the teachers. Its time for students to take some responsibility! The parents also need to quit pointing fingers. Parents need to say NO to children with excuses. No more TV, no more video games, no more anything. You want fun? Read or work! Your choice!



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