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MVLA sees standardized test results improve, despite the pandemic

Original post made on Nov 8, 2022

Local high schoolers' performance improved on standardized tests this spring compared to before the pandemic, results that stand in contrast to declining numbers statewide.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, November 8, 2022, 1:41 PM

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Posted by Steven Nelson
a resident of Cuesta Park
on Nov 8, 2022 at 3:51 pm

Steven Nelson is a registered user.

These results should be compared to the MVWSD results from the same testing agency. Note - the high school district is doing MUCH BETTER about not increasing the academic achievement GAP through out this time. Yet, in the elementary and middle schools of Mountain View, GAPS got much worse (in some cases Much Much worse) between poor (SED) and average wealth family students and Hispanic and Asian / White students.

Don't the numbers seem to indicate - MVWSD did really not do so well in relation to What Can Be Done (was was done) with poor and Hispanic students from our own communities?

( Most of the poor and Hispanic students in MVWSD and MVLA come from the same families! )


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