The state API test scores, released Thursday, indicate students in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District are improving academically.
School district officials focused on a few positives, including that the PVUSD graduation rate is nearly 82 percent, about 4 percent higher than the state average, and that approximately 40 percent of schools have seen a growth in API scores in both math and English over the past five years.
Sounds pretty good.
So, parents, teachers and students — tell us, are you satisfied with how local schools are performing? What is going well? What would you like to see changed?
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