The California Academic Performance Index is a tool that the state uses in order to rate a school's performance on scale of 200 to 1,000. California's benchmark, or expected average is 800.
Campbell schools, overall, did well on the 2011 base report, most raising their scores. How important are these scores to you? Do you base your decision on schools on this number? Or do you factor it in with other variables like school climate and teacher retention?
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