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April 5, 1995
The Times today is publishing key scores from the California Learning Assessment System (CLAS) tests, which were designed to measure students' knowledge and abilities against objective standards. To do that, CLAS establishes six performance levels in each of the three subject areas covered by the test--reading, writing and math--and every student scores at one of those levels.
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February 15, 1998 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
California would receive $2.2 billion for school construction and renovation under a massive school modernization bond program that is part of President Clinton's 1999 fiscal year budget and was detailed by administration officials Saturday. Vice President Al Gore and Education Secretary Richard W. Riley said the program, which requires congressional approval, would alter the way bonds usually work.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1995
The Times today is publishing key scores from the California Learning Assessment System (CLAS) tests, which were designed to measure students' knowledge and abilities against objective standards. To do that, CLAS establishes six performance levels in each of the three subject areas covered by the test--reading, writing and math--and every student scores at one of those levels.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1995
The Times today is publishing key scores from The California Learning Assessment System (CLAS) tests, which were designed to measure students' knowledge and abilities against objective standards. To do that, CLAS establishes six performance levels in each of the three subject areas covered by the test--reading, writing and math--and every student scores at one of those levels.
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April 22, 1994 | SHARON MOESER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Acting in apparent defiance of the state education code, the Antelope Valley Union High School District has voted not to administer the Department of Education's controversial CLAS exam, becoming the first school district in California to take such a stand. In a 3-2 vote, the district board of trustees opted late Wednesday night against administering the California Learning Assessment System test this year because of the secrecy surrounding it that prevents the test from being publicly reviewed.
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April 22, 1994 | SHARON MOESER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Acting in apparent defiance of the state education code, the Antelope Valley Union High School District in Lancaster has voted not to administer the controversial CLAS tests of student performance, becoming the first school district in California to boycott the exams. In a 3-2 vote, the district's board of trustees sided Wednesday night with critics of the California Learning Assessment System, citing security rules that bar the test materials from being publicly reviewed.
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