State Superintendent of Education Randy Dorn announced today that about 93 percent of 12th grade students passed the Washington Assessment of Student Learning before graduation.
But, he said, that’s still not enough.
It is unknown how the new state standardized testing, which starts this fall, will impact scores or graduation rates, but Dorn hopes that the new test is a better measure of student success.
To read the entire Herald Wire Service story, click here.
The annual WASL score report by school won’t be available until the end of August, right before school starts.