- 2012 exit exam by the numbers
- 100 percent of Middle College High School students passed the first time they took the examination, in the 10th grade.
- 95 percent of students statewide in the Class of 2012 passed by the end of their senior year.
- 86 percent of Liberty Ranch students in the Class of 2014 passed the math portion. 80 percent of both Galt High and Tokay High students did.
- 83 percent of students in the Class of 2014 in Sacramento County passed both portions.
- 82 percent of Lodi Unified sophomore girls passed the math portion, compared to 81 percent of boys.
- 78 percent of Galt Joint Union High School District’s Hispanic students passed the math portion, down from 83 percent last year.
— Source: California Department of Education
Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 10:35 am
Updated: 7:14 am, Tue Oct 23, 2012.
Most local students in the Class of 2014 who took the California High School Exit Exam have seen a steady increase in their passage rates, but are still falling short of the state average.
The test was administered earlier this calendar year to 10th-graders in the subjects of math and English-language arts. Questions are based on the California state standards, which define what students should be learning each year.
Contact reporter Maggie Creamer at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more news about the city of Lodi, read Maggie’s blog, City Buzz.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 10:35 am.
Updated: 7:14 am.