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October 25, 2022



Does anyone know where to find the Burlingame scores so we can see if we are doing any better than the disastrous state and national scores?


Go to the state dept of education site: https://www.cde.ca.gov/


Thanks. Before I saw this I happened across a different state site at https://caaspp-elpac.ets.org/caaspp/

It appears that for English language/arts we had 75.64% meeting or exceeding standards. For math 69.82 met or exceeded. Not great and there is a lot of detail by grade. In each topic about 10% are just plain failing. That's terrible.

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