Tracy elementary school student Gabrialla Urquidez, 11, takes a reading test. The Smarter Balanced assessment, the state’s new standardized test, is taken on computers and adapts to students’ strengths and weaknesses.
Tracy elementary school student Gabrialla Urquidez, 11, takes a reading test. The Smarter Balanced assessment, the state’s new standardized test, is taken on computers and adapts to students’ strengths and weaknesses. Ken Cantrell/Viewpoint Aerial Ph Vida en el Valle file
Tracy elementary school student Gabrialla Urquidez, 11, takes a reading test. The Smarter Balanced assessment, the state’s new standardized test, is taken on computers and adapts to students’ strengths and weaknesses. Ken Cantrell/Viewpoint Aerial Ph Vida en el Valle file

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