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Local students improve on state exams, still fall short of state average

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Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 10:35 am

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.

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