U.S. Department of Education: Promoting Educational Excellence for all Americans

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Table of contents
Title page
Introduction
Acknowledgments
National Summary
- Standards and Assessments
- Student Achievement by Category
- Student Performance
- Achievement Trends
State Profiles
Sources
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Full report in PDF format (1,601K)

State Education Indicators With a Focus on Title I

National Summary

Student Achievement by Category

Table 2: Availability of Student Achievement Results by Disaggregated Category*, 1999-2000
(State results summarized in this report by Grade, School and Student Characteristics)
State Elementary Grade Middle Grade High School Grade All Students Title I High Poverty Schools Limited English Proficient Migratory Disabled Race/ Ethnicity Gender
Alabama
4 6 9 X X X X X X    
Alaska 4     X X X X X X X X
Arizona 3 8 10 X X   X X X    
Arkansas 4 8   X              
California 4 7   X X   X X X X  
Colorado 4 7   X X     X X X X
Connecticut 4 8 10 X X X X X X X X
Delaware 3 8 10 X X   X   X X X
Dist. of Columbia 4 8 10 X X X   X   X X
Florida 5 8 10 X X X X X X X X
Georgia 4 8 11 X X X X     X X
Hawaii 3 8 10 X X X X   X    
Idaho 4 8 10 X X X          
Illinois 3 8 10 X X X     X X X
Indiana 3 8 10 X X X          
Iowa 4 8 11 X     X X   X X
Kansas 4m/5r 7m/8r 10m/11r X X X X X X X X
Kentucky 4r/5m 7r/8m 10r/11m X X X X X X    
Louisiana 4 8 10 X              
Maine 4 8 11 X X X X X X    
Maryland 3 8   X X X X   X X X
Massachusetts 4 8 10 X     X   X    
Michigan 4 7   X X X X X X    
Minnesota 3 8 10 X X X X   X X X
Mississippi 4 8 10 X X   X X X    
Missouri 3/4 7/8 10/11 X X   X X   X X
Montana         X            
Nebraska 3-5 6-9 10-12   X            
Nevada all grades     X X   X X X    
New Hampshire 3 6 10 X X X X X X    
New Jersey 4 8 11 X X X X X X X X
New Mexico 4 8 9     X X   X    
New York 4 8 10 X     X X X X X
North Carolina 4 8 EOC** X X X X X X X X
North Dakota 4 8 10 X X X X X X X X
Ohio 4 6 12 X     X     X X
Oklahoma 5 8   X X X X X X X X
Oregon 3 8 10 X X X X X X X X
Pennsylvania 5 8 11 X X   X X X    
Puerto Rico 3 6 9, 11 X X X X X X    
Rhode Island 4 8 10 X     X X   X X
South Carolina 4 8   X X   X   X X X
South Dakota 4 8 11 X X   X X   X X
Tennessee 4 8   X              
Texas 4 8 10 X X X X X X X X
Utah 4 6 11 X X X X X X X X
Vermont 4 8 10 X              
Virginia 3 8   X X   X   X X X
Washington 4 7 10 X X X X X X    
West Virginia 4 8 10 X X X X X X    
Wisconsin 4 8 10 X X   X X X X X
Wyoming 3 7 11 X X            
Nation 51 50 40 49 42 27 40 31 36 28 27
(50 states, DC, PR)                      

Source: U.S. Department of Education, Consolidated Performance Report, Section B, 1999-00, initial results were collected from Consolidated Report with extensive phone, internet, and written follow-up with assessment directors from CCSSO.

*Note: Results published in the state profiles may not reflect disaggregated data listed in this chart if only Title I students were disaggregated in the Consolidated Report or if results were not conducive to a single profile reporting method. Please contact author if you have questions or would like more information on disaggregated results.

** EOC=End of Course Exam


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