BILINGUAL STUDENTS LAGGING SCORES DO SHOW GAINS.
Byline: Karen Maeshiro Staff Writer
LANCASTER - Bilingual students who took the state's standardized achievement test in English scored lower than students who are proficient in English, newly released results show.
Although the scores of English-language learners were lower than those of their English-proficient counterparts, they increased in almost all subjects and grade levels, according to according to
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3. figures released by the state Department of Education.
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``Our program, like everybody's, is to try and teach as much English as possible to our students who come with a primary language other than English,'' said Regina Rossall, assistant superintendent Assistant Superintendent, or Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), was a rank used by police forces in the British Empire. It was usually the lowest rank that could be held by a European officer, most of whom joined the police at this rank. for educational services in the Westside district.
``We are working with our teachers to make sure they understand how the English language English language, member of the West Germanic group of the Germanic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages (see Germanic languages). Spoken by about 470 million people throughout the world, English is the official language of about 45 nations. is developed in students and provide assistance to the students so that they can still access the core curriculum being offered,'' Rossall said.
There were no scores reported for some school districts and some grade levels, such as the Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District A unified school district is a school district which includes both primary school (kindergarten through middle school or junior high) and high school (grades 9-12). In Illinois, these districts are called unit school districts. and the Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes Union School District, indicating there were too few bilingual students tested.
Twenty-five percent of California's students have limited English skills, compared with only 1.8 percent of students used for the national norming sample, state schools Superintendent Delaine Eastin Delaine Eastin is a California politician. She served as the California State Superintendent of Public Instruction from 1995 to 2003. A native Californian, Eastin received her bachelor's degree from the University of California, Davis, and her master's degree in political science said.
``Our schools serve a population that is extremely diverse,'' Eastin said in a statement. ``Children from over 80 different language groups and cultures enter California's schools each year, and these students possess a wide range of English proficiency.
``Not surprisingly, the (test) results show that it is difficult for students to do well in academic content areas until they are proficient in English.''
The 2000 Standardized Testing and Reporting The Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program measures performance on the California Achievement Test, Sixth Edition Survey (CAT/6 Survey), the California Content Standards Test and the Spanish Assessment of Basic Education (SABE/2). exam was given in the spring to 4.3 million public school students in the second through 11th grades.
The test scores have taken on added importance because they are used to calculate the state rankings of schools, called the Academic Performance Index. Schools that improve their scores could be eligible for extra money; those that don't could face sanctions.
This is the third year California pupils took the Stanford Achievement Test, Ninth Edition, or Stanford 9, picked by the state Board of Education as California's standardized achievement test under 1997 legislation.
The test is a multiple-choice standardized exam. A 50 percentile-point score is the national average.
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The state Department of Education released Stanford 9 Achievement Test scores for English language learners Monday. The following districtwide results are for students in third, sixth and ninth grades in reading, math and language. Scores are released as percentile percentile,
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District/Grade Reading Math Language
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The Antelope Valley Union High/9 8 9 20 26 15 19
Eastside Union/315 21 19 30 21 24
Eastside Union/6 18 17 19 21 21 25
Keppel Union/3 18 29 22 35 20 35
Keppel Union/6 15 20 25 26 22 26
Lancaster/3 18 34 26 44 22 38
Lancaster/6 21 38 24 41 23 36
Palmdale/3 23 26 34 39 29 30
Palmdale/6 24 28 31 36 31 34
Westside Union/3 14 33 21 38 19 41
Westside Union/6 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Wilsona/3 20 18 30 43 30 32
Wilsona/6 14 19 23 38 18 21
Mojave Unified/3 16 15 20 28 16 19
Mojave Unified/6 NA 14 NA 24 NA 27
Mojave Unified/9 8 NA 33 NA 26 NA
Southern Kern/3 18 19 27 31 25 36
Southern Kern/6 30 23 44 25 18 27
Southern Kern/9 NA NA NANA NA NA
Chart: Stanford 9 results for ESL students (see text)