Stark differences for LAUSD elementary schools in the CORE accountability index
As it was with middle schools, demographics contrast starkly at the top and bottom LA Unified elementary schools on the California Office to Reform Education’s (CORE) accountability index. The schools with the lowest five scores are located in economically challenged neighborhoods and have higher levels of disabled students, English learners and non-white students. Like with middle schools, but...
By Craig Clough | April 26, 2016 5:17 pm