The results from last year’s standardized testing are in, and Shoreline Unified School District continues to see a dramatic achievement gap between its white and Latino students, reflecting statewide trends.

In English and language arts, 68 percent of white students and 27 percent of Latino students at Shoreline passed the California Assessment of Student Performance and . . .

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