LA Unified Off Track to Meet Deadline for College Prep Courses

April 8, 2013

The Strategic Data Project College-Going Diagnostic for the Los Angeles Unified School District is featured in the following EdSource article. 

Los Angeles Unified School District has some work ahead of it to meet its deadline for all students to pass college-preparatory classes in order to graduate.

Only about a quarter of students who graduated in the class of 2011 had completed what’s known as the A-G subjects, according to a new study by the Strategic Data Project of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education.

A-G courses are a sequence of math, English, science, history, language and visual or performing arts classes that are required for admission to the University of California and California State University.


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