Educational task force focuses on continued diligence


Last updated 11/2/2007 at Noon

On October 12, superintendents and school board trustees representing 42 school districts in San Diego County met to hear a report from their Achievement Gap Task Force. Comprised of 23 educators, which include elementary and high school superintendents, college deans and teacher union members, the group monitors student achievement in county schools and makes recommendations for improvement.

The group meets annually to reveal the progress of county schools as they relate to state benchmarks and federal goals for No Child Left Behind legislation. The 2007 meeting marks its fifth report.


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