School districts say farewell to API with a decline in scores




 
The Academic Performance Index scores for California public schools showed their first decline in a decade, but even with slightly lower scores in some areas, Las Virgenes and Oak Park unified school districts still rank in the top 2 percent statewide.
The API score, based on a 1,000-point scale, is compiled from the results of the state’s annual STAR testing in which students are graded in English/language arts, science, mathematics and writing. The state target for all schools was an AP...

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