(Sacramento) Poor student achievement, particularly among Latino and African American students, makes it highly unlikely that California will be able to meet state and federal education requirements for student proficiency, according to a new report released today by the Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning.

"While there has been some improvement in achievement over the past few years, the gap between where students are and where they need to be is alarmingly large," said Margaret Gaston, Executive Director of The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning. "California's kids can't get there without a continuing effort to build...

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