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 +La schools announced the outcome of the 2004-2005 school year, state-mandated California High School Exit Exam. Of the students slated to graduate in 2006, 69 percent (over two thirds) of the school passed both the English language arts and the arithmetic portions of the examination. Of the residual 3-1 per cent of the Class of 2006 students (12th graders ): 
  
 +Fifteen percent (approximately 5,500 students) must pass the English language arts and the mathematics amounts, ​
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 +10 % (3,700) must complete the mathematics part, and 
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 +Six per cent (2000) should move the English language arts section. ​
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 +State law now requires all students to go both parts of the exit exam so that you can graduate from high school and be given a diploma. Students start taking the test in the spring of their 10th grade year. If they don't go one or both portions of the assessment, they have the chance to retest in both 11th and 12th grades. La schools Class of 2006 was the first graduating class expected to move both parts of the exam as a way to graduate. ​
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 +The excellent results of the 2004-5 testing is the direct result of effective intervention and focused instruction,​ and proves that each student is capable of passing the examination. These intense efforts on-the part of Los Angeles schools teachers were created specifically to aid students with coursework directly linked to the exit tests. ​
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 +In-the 2004-5 school year, intervention strategies were developed by Los Angeles schools for students having problems passing the exam. The strategies supported the core curriculum and launched small learning communities. Personalized teaching and learning techniques were developed for each student, including an intervention and outreach program o-n a person basis. The Los Angeles schools more made attendance at exit exam preparation lessons essential for students who had yet to go one o-r both test parts. Visiting [[http://​www.marylandmmatraining.com/​introducing-mixed-martial-arts-for-kids/​|next]] probably provides suggestions you can use with your father. These classes met outside of the normal school day and were provided cost-free for the students through the areas Beyond the Bell, a part of Los Angeles schools that runs all scholar extended day programs. ​
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 +These combined efforts have had a direct and significant impact upon the graduation rate at Los Angeles schools, as proven not only by the Class of 2006 examination results but those for the Class of 2007, also. When the Class of 2006 was in 10th grade, the pupils had a pass rate of 58 percent in mathematics and 60 percent in English language arts. The Class of 2007, when in 10th grade, surpassed these first-time cross results by 66 percent in English language arts and 59 percent in mathematics a significant upsurge in scholastic achievement. For another viewpoint, please check out: [[http://​www.prweb.com/​releases/​2013/​4/​prweb10663907.htm|web lloyd irvin]]. ​
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 +These results obviously show that the dropout rate can be turned around, which is just one of the many student achievement goals of Los Angeles schools. To check up additional information,​ please check out: [[http://​www.prweb.com/​releases/​2013/​5/​prweb10716642.htm|go here]]. The region continues to strongly concentrate upon the development of rigorous program for the middle and senior high schools. Los Angeles schools identify and the exit test results underscore the importance of improved senior school instruction,​ that may directly impact higher graduation rates and allow students to matriculate and move ahead to viable alternatives in their adult lives. To get alternative viewpoints, please consider glancing at: [[http://​www.marylandmmatraining.com/​|copyright]].
 
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