Tomkalya Rogers, 17, right, gets some help in her pre-calculus class from fellow student Dashay Richmond, 16, at Sacramento Charter High School last August. Three out of four children at the Oak Park campus come from poor families.
Tomkalya Rogers, 17, right, gets some help in her pre-calculus class from fellow student Dashay Richmond, 16, at Sacramento Charter High School last August. Three out of four children at the Oak Park campus come from poor families. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Tomkalya Rogers, 17, right, gets some help in her pre-calculus class from fellow student Dashay Richmond, 16, at Sacramento Charter High School last August. Three out of four children at the Oak Park campus come from poor families. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file

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February 25, 2015 4:00 PM

Poor students need more help – not more standardized tests

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