1 in 4 California school districts required to get county help based on new state performance data

By EdSource

By John Fensterwald, EdSource

One in 4 California school districts received notice that they must work with county offices of education or with a new state agency to improve the education of at least one of their student groups that were ranked among the worst performers on the California School Dashboard, a new school and district grading system released on Thursday.

In two-thirds of the 228 districts designated for assistance, students receiving special education services were among student groups identified as performing very poorly. In half of the designated districts, students with disabilities were the only student group flagged.

The districts must now [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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