Improvement trend stalls for California schools

09/1/2006 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Fifty-two percent of California schools met their state testing improvement targets compared with 68% the year before, a situation some observers regard as evidence that student achievement has begun to level off. The performance of English-learners and students with disabilities caused one in eight state schools to miss this year's goals.

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