Michael Hanson, superintendent of Fresno Unified School District, shares new test score results Monday during a news conference at Baird Middle School. For the first time, the district showed gains across every grade level in each subject. The district released its scores ahead of the California Department of Education, which plans to make all districts’ scores public on Wednesday.
Michael Hanson, superintendent of Fresno Unified School District, shares new test score results Monday during a news conference at Baird Middle School. For the first time, the district showed gains across every grade level in each subject. The district released its scores ahead of the California Department of Education, which plans to make all districts’ scores public on Wednesday. MACKENZIE MAYS mmays@fresnobee.com
Michael Hanson, superintendent of Fresno Unified School District, shares new test score results Monday during a news conference at Baird Middle School. For the first time, the district showed gains across every grade level in each subject. The district released its scores ahead of the California Department of Education, which plans to make all districts’ scores public on Wednesday. MACKENZIE MAYS mmays@fresnobee.com

Fresno Unified boasts historic test scores but minority students lag

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