Local students are generally improving in core subjects like math, science, history and English, but still have progress to make to match statewide results, according to annual standardized test results released Friday by the California Department of Education.
The tests evaluate second- through 11th-graders on various subjects, including language arts and mathematics. The tests, taken last spring, rank students from “far below basic” proficiency to “advanced,” and results show what percentage of students fall into those categories by grade level.
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