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Grade 8 District Results

What can I do here?
  • View student performance by various student groups, including gender, race/ethnicity, family income (based on eligibility for the National School Lunch Program), parental education, students with disabilities (SD), and English language learners (ELL).
  • Move the cursor over data points to see more detail.
  • Click "Chart Options" below the figures to view different types of charts or change the format and layout of the existing chart.
  • When viewing average score figures as a bar chart, use the drop down menu to show data for each group. When viewing average score figures as a line chart, click on a group within the legend to show detailed information about its performance.
  • When viewing the achievement level or percentile figures, use the drop down menu to show data for each group.
Average Scores
Achievement Levels

Compared to 2009, average mathematics scores were higher in 2011 in Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, the District of Columbia (DCPS), and Jefferson County (KY).

Beginning in 2009, results for charter schools are excluded from the TUDA results if they are not included in the school district’s Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) report to the U.S. Department of Education.

Read more information on how to interpret NAEP mathematics results, including how each student group is defined.