Washington students' scores move up on state exam

09/2/2004 | Seattle Times, The

This year, student scores on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning rose in all grades and subjects, thanks in part to a lowering of passing scores for seventh- and fourth-grade exams. As Hispanic students, in particular, posted dramatic gains in reading, state schools chief Terry Bergeson noted for the first time the achievement gap between whites and other minority groups appeared to be closing.

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