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News - September 7, 2007

API scores make Castro proud

Elementary school leaps forward after years of languishing in back of the class

by Susan Hong

The Mountain View Whisman Elementary School District saw mixed results from this year's academic progress report released last Friday, with Castro Elementary School and special education students leading the district's upward movement. Both Mountain View and Los Altos high schools met state targets and saw modest improvement.

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E-mail Susan Hong at shong@mv-voice.com


Posted by Chris Kuszmaul, a resident of North Whisman
on Sep 7, 2007 at 11:08 pm

When the sun rises exactly on schedule, there is a peculiar sense of pride, but few who have benefited from the enlightenment of science try to take credit for the punctuality of daylight, much less agonize over who is to blame when night falls.

Were that this was so when it came to test scores.