With the school year winding down, many students in West Marin have breathed sighs of relief after completing California’s new standardized test, the Smarter Balanced Assessment, late last month. 

As the state tabulates scores for this year’s round of testing, local administrators are hashing out how to interpret last year’s alarmingly low scores . . .

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