California Students Still Don't Shine Under State Standards

08/30/2002 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

National standardized test scores have improved for a fourth straight year in the state. But only one-third are proficient in reading, math, history and science by California's new academic standards. The gap is larger in urban school districts, a report says.

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