@CSBA_Now@edpolicyinca They should be concerned about low and flat student performance in RLA and Mathematics! They should support, monitor and hold accountable for districts to improve curricula, professional practices, and assessments! No wonder CA is so far behind other states! Let’s dispel fog!
#CAEducation high school grad rate improved from 79% in 2012, to 82% in 2015. It is still a bit lower than the national rate of just over 83%. California’s increases run across all races, ethnicities, income levels, and English learner status. #CALeghttps://t.co/WMr6HtrKUw