By Richard Bammer
An update on the recently released state test results, the process for school board applicant interviews, and a six-figure contract for computer software that links several student databases is up for discussion by Vacaville Unified leaders.
The state test update will be heard, tonight, toward the end of the school board meeting. The information will be offered by Mark Frazier, chief academic officer, and Kim Forrest, director of instruction, curriculum and assessment.
Their remarks will come three weeks after the state Department of Education released results of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, or CAASPP, the first-ever all-computerized standardized tests in state history.