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Districts required to meet participation rates and tell parents they can opt out.
High school juniors in some schools opt out in larger numbers.
More than 92 percent of California kindergartners are fully vaccinated.
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High school juniors who opted out didn't significantly lower state's total.
Parents claim they weren’t told they could opt out of Common Core-aligned tests.
Most also believe there is too much emphasis on standardized testing.
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Students cite lack of time to study for AP tests and the SAT.