# NAEP Mathematics Report Card

## State Average Scores

State Score Comparisons
Compare a state/jurisdiction's mathematics score to that of other states/jurisdictions in 2017

Select a state/jurisdiction using the drop-down menu to see how its average score compares to the national average for public schools and other states/jurisdictions. States/jurisdictions are grouped in relation to whether they scored higher than, not significantly different from, or lower than the selected focal state/jurisdiction. Use the NAEP State Profiles Tool to perform further comparisons of states/jurisdictions based on student group performance.

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State Score Change Map
Fourth-grade mathematics scores did not change significantly in most states/jurisdictions compared to 2015

When comparing state/jurisdiction average scores in mathematics for fourth-grade public school students in 2017 with those from 2015, the previous assessment year,

• 2 states/jurisdictions scored higher,
• 10 states scored lower, and
• 41 states/jurisdictions showed no significant change in scores.

Explore the interactive map below to see which states had increases or decreases and by how much. Scroll down to explore the magnitude of average score changes across states.

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Size of State Score Changes
Examine the magnitude of score changes

To view score changes for fourth-grade public school students in mathematics between 2017 and previous assessment years, use the drop-down menu to select a comparison year. The results will show the size of the score change between 2017 and the selected comparison year for each state/jurisdiction. To see whether the score change in one state/jurisdiction is statistically different from the change in another state/jurisdiction, use the NAEP State Profiles Tool. Find out how statistical significance is determined.

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