By John Glidden
Days after the state released information showing many California students are not prepared for college, the Vallejo school board — during its Wednesday meeting — received information about district numbers.
Forty-four percent of California students met or exceeded the English language/literacy standard, while 33 percent met or exceeded the math standard, according to results from the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) test results.
Students in the Vallejo City Unified School District fared even worse.
Only 25 percent of VCUSD students exceeded or met the English standard, while 17 percent met or exceeded the math achievement.