Latino students in Malheur County lag behind in test scores

VALE – Latino students in Malheur County are falling behind their white peers, according to the state’s test score data.

The gap is more pronounced in some schools than in others.

In Nyssa, only 20% of Latino test takers were considered proficient in math, according to data from the 2018-2019 school year. The passing rate for white students was 48%.

Nyssa also had the largest . . .

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