Are too many local high school students getting D's and F's in class?
Reports that a high percentage of Agoura and Calabasas high school students received substandard grades prompted the Las Virgenes Unified School District to study the potential problem and separate fact from fiction.
Joe Nardo, assistant superintendent of education, presented a report to the school board recently that analyzed 2005-06 first semester grades at both high schools.
More than 900 of Agoura High'...
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