Fourth-graders at Hagginwood Elementary School in the Twin Rivers School District participate in a readiness exam in February 2014 to prepare for the rollout of the Common Core testing.
Fourth-graders at Hagginwood Elementary School in the Twin Rivers School District participate in a readiness exam in February 2014 to prepare for the rollout of the Common Core testing. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Fourth-graders at Hagginwood Elementary School in the Twin Rivers School District participate in a readiness exam in February 2014 to prepare for the rollout of the Common Core testing. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file

Many California students miss mark in first round of Common Core tests

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