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Passing the California High School Exit Exam: Have Recent Policies Improved Student Performance?
Julian R. Betts, Andrew C. Zau, Yendrick Zieleniak, and Karen Volz Bachofer

June 2012

Recent interventions aimed at students who have failed the CAHSEE have not meaningfully improved passage rates in San Diego. This finding underlines the need to help struggling students before they reach high school. To help California school districts identify these students, the authors introduce the CAHSEE Early Warning Model.

This report was supported with funding from the Donald Bren Foundation.