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Here are the reading and math achievement gaps in 15 Southern California districts

By in Press Enterprise on June 19, 2017

By Jeff Goertzen, Paul Penzella

California’s new funding formula sends more money to districts with foster youth kids learning English and students from low-income families. But significant gaps remain between their academic achievements and others across the state. These are the 15 largest districts with the greatest clusters of needy children.

Calexico Unified achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Coachella Valley Unified achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Compton Unified achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 El Monte Union High School achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 El Monte City achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Greenfield Union achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Hawthorne achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Lennox achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Lynwood Unified achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Mountain View Elementary achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Paramount Unified achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 San Bernardino City achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 Santa Ana Unified achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016 San Maria-Bonita achievement gap in reading and math, 2015-2016

*Includes foster, homeless and migrant youth

Sources: California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System;
California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress and School districts budget

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