Dublin Unified students continue to score well and show improvement in standardized English-Language Arts and mathematics tests, according to state test results released Friday morning.
Nearly 5 million California students took the 2012 Standardized Testing and Reporting assessment, known as STAR, last spring and 57 percent of them scored proficient or better in English-language arts, up from 54 percent in 2011.
Fifty-one percent scored proficient or better in math, according to the California Department of Education.
Growth of proficiency in core academic subjects based on the test scores has continued throughout the state and region, according to the state Department of Education.
In the , over 5,000 students took in grades 2 through 11 took the STAR exams.
Of those, 79 percent scored proficient or better in the English-Language Arts test while almost 72 percent scored proficient or above in the math section.
The largest percentage of students scoring proficient or advanced was at fourth grade, where 65 percent of students scored proficient or advanced in English-Language Arts while 70 percent of fourth graders scored proficient or advanced in math.
For more information about the STAR Test results, visit http://preview.cde.ca.gov/star/star2012/