California's scores for its revamped statewide tests ranged from mediocre to dismal. Of more than 3.1 million public school students tested in English, only 44 percent met or exceeded standards; in math, only 33 percent met that threshold.
One of my bigger frustrations is getting form-letter Emails from companies that are trying to sell our school district something, particularly something that falls under the category of educational technology. As we head into another school year, I thought I would offer a bit of advice to vendors out there who would like to work with our school district.
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