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Lodi students show slight improvement in STAR scores

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Posted: Thursday, August 8, 2013 10:56 am

Twenty-five schools in Lodi Unified School District increased the percentage of students who were proficient in English-language arts or math on the California Standards Test from 2012 to 2013.

“Additionally, many of these schools increased the percent of ‘proficient’ in English/language arts or math by at least five percentage points, which was significant growth,” Ed Eldridge, coordinator of Lodi Unified’s Assessment, Research and Evaluation Department, said in an email. “Also, several of our schools increased the percent of ‘proficient’ students in both English-language arts and math from 2012 to 2013.”

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