Clovis Unified’s scores for the 2022-23 school year were 66% of students at or above the English Language Arts standard (state average was 47%) and 51% of students at or above the Math standard (state average 35%). Clovis Unified’s scores were the second highest among the Top 20 Largest School District’s in California.
Across the state, students have been slow to rebound to pre-pandemic levels of academic achievement. While teachers are putting in incredible effort to overcome challenges to learning such as restoring classroom behavior expectations; re-developing the interpersonal relationships between students and their peers and between students and their teachers that equates to success in the classroom; they have also faced the decreases in attendance rates and the impact time away from the classroom has on a students’ learning. With research showing that every year of school builds on the learning that took place in the years before it; though the pandemic is receding further into history, it would be premature to say that our students are no longer experiencing its impact.
The California Department of Education has released schools, districts, counties and state scores. For updates, visit the CDE website at: cde.ca.gov