Leticia Fonseca, 16, left, and her sister, Sylvia, work in the computer lab at Cuyama Valley High School in Santa Barbara County after taking the new Common Core-aligned standardized tests. A new system for measuring school performance was approved Thursday in response to Common Core and other school reforms.
Leticia Fonseca, 16, left, and her sister, Sylvia, work in the computer lab at Cuyama Valley High School in Santa Barbara County after taking the new Common Core-aligned standardized tests. A new system for measuring school performance was approved Thursday in response to Common Core and other school reforms. Christine Armario Associated Press file
Leticia Fonseca, 16, left, and her sister, Sylvia, work in the computer lab at Cuyama Valley High School in Santa Barbara County after taking the new Common Core-aligned standardized tests. A new system for measuring school performance was approved Thursday in response to Common Core and other school reforms. Christine Armario Associated Press file

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