California lawmakers have voted to prohibit a controversial practice by Kennedy and Cypress High Schools that required students to carry color-coded ID cards and notebooks based on their standardized test scores, the LA Times reports. The state Senate voted 34-2 to pass AB 1166, a bill proposed by Democratic state Sen. Jose Solorio that prohibits schools from tethering information about student test scores to "any object a pupil may be required to carry while at school."

The bill must now be re-approved in the assembly due to amendments made while in the Senate.

Democratic state Sen....

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