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Explore achievement-level results by student groups in participating jurisdictions.

The map below allows comparisons between the percentage of public school students performing at or above Basic or Proficient. Roll your mouse over a state or jurisdiction to learn its percentage. Significant differences are noted in the pop-up text above the map. By clicking on the map, you can select a focal jurisdiction and compare the percentage at or above Basic or Proficient in a particular state to that in other states. You can also view this map with a focus on one of the student groups listed in the tabs above the map.

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 Grade 4 Basic
 Grade 4 Proficient
Grade 8 Basic
 Grade 8 Proficient

Cross-state comparisons of percentage of eighth-grade students not eligible for the National School Lunch Program at or above Basic in NAEP mathematics in 2007

1 Department of Defense Education Activity (overseas and domestic schools).
NOTE: Reported differences are statistically significant at the .05 level. DS is an abbreviation for Department of Defense schools, and NP is an abbreviation for national public schools. View complete data with standard errors.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2007 Mathematics Assessment.

Browse a table showing the percentage of students with disabilities and/or English language learners identified, excluded, and assessed in each state.

See more information about how to interpret the statistical significance of state comparisons.

See more details on student categories in the NAEP reporting groups.

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