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BY ELAINE GOODMAN
Daily Post Correspondent
Parents are alleging in a lawsuit that Palo Alto Unified School District’s middle-school math placement tests are keeping girls out of advanced-level math classes.
“The results of these tests have historically favored boys over girls,” said the lawsuit, filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court.
And while the middle school student body is roughly half boys and half girls, “over the past two years, the number of boys …
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One clarification to the story: Edith Cohen, a plaintiff in lawsuit against PAUSD, she said she has two children who graduated from the district and two daughters who are in still in high school in the district.