More San Diego County Sophomores Pass Exit Exam — But Achievement Gap Persists

Results are in for the spring 2014 California High School Exit Exam, and a higher percentage of San Diego County’s sophomores passed each section of the two-part exam on their first try than the state as a whole.

But not all of the news is good. An achievement gap for poor and minority students persisted in the county.

Every year, high school sophomores take California’s exit exam in the spring. If they pass, they are one step closer to graduating. If they fail, they can try again as juniors and seniors. Students must pass the exit exam to graduate from high school in California.

The California Department of Education released the state test results Friday.

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